Maria van Oosterwijck

1630-1693 Holland-Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Maria van Oosterwijk was from South Holland near Delft where she first began her work. She was the daughter of a clergyman who had her trained at an early age by Jan Davidszoon de Heem. De Heem instructed her in the art of floral painting which he excelled in. She remained single throughout her life but she reportedly had a relationship with Willem van Aelst. Among her many European royal patrons was William II of England. Wallerant Vaillant painted a portrait of her.

 

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still life of roses
carnations a tulip

still life of roses carnations a tulip and other flowers in a glass vase


flower still

flower still

bouquet of flowers
in a vase

bouquet of flowers in a vase

a vase
of flowers

a vase of flowers

bouquet of flowers
in a glass

bouquet of flowers in a glass


flower still life

flower still life


flower vase

flower vase


flowers and fruit

flowers and fruit


roses and butterfly

roses and butterfly by Maria van Oosterwijck

still life with flowers
and butterflies

still life with flowers and butterflies

still life with flowers
in a decorative vase

still life with flowers in a decorative vase

still life
with flowers

still life with flowers

vanitas
still life

vanitas still life

vanitas with
sunflower

vanitas with sunflower and jewelry box