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The Well Stocked Kitchen - Joachim Beuckelaer

Leonhart Hubner, Still Life of Vegetables
The Well-Stocked Kitchen (1566)
Oil on panel, 171 x 250 cm Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Hubner, Leonhart (c.1752)
Still Life of Vegetables
Private Collection

Frans Snyders Vegetable Market

"Fruit and Vegetable Stall" is hosted in Alte Pinakothek, Munich, among other great works of the Baroque Art period.

"Fruit and Vegetable Stall" was painted in oil on canvas, having dimensions 21 x 333 cm. Consequently, it is seen as an Early period artwork of Frans Snyders. 1618-1621


Léon Bonvin (French, 1834-1866)

1862 - The Lady in Red - watercolor, gouache, pen and iron gall ink heightened with gum varnish over graphite underdrawing on cream, moderately thick, moderately textured laid paper

Walters Art Museum, Baltimore


Jean Baptist de Saive fruit and vegetable stall

Jean Baptist De Saive, A fruit and vegetable stall in a town market, oil on canvas.(1540–1624)

68.2 x 89.7 in. / 173.2 x 227.8 cm.

Frans Mieris - Elderly Couple The Carrot - Frederik van Royen Kasper Hoecke, Kitchen Still Life
Mieris, Frans van (1635-81)An Elderly Couple Eating
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy  - oil on panel
ROYEN, Willem Frederik van
The Carrot
Oil on canvas, 35 x 26 cm
Märkisches Museum, Berlin
Hoecke, Kasper or Gaspar van der (1595-1648)
Kitchen Still Life with Fruit, Vegetables and a Girl Holding a Chicken -  Private Collection


Nicolaas Muys, Maid Washing Carrots in Fountain Jan Van OS - River Landscape
Muys, Nicolaas or Nicolaes (1740-1808)
A Maid Washing Carrots at a Fountain with Two Gardeners at Work (oil on canvas)
Private Collection oil on canvas 68x80.6 cm
OS, Jan van
River Landscape- 1645
Oil on canvas, 71 x 89 cm
Private collection

Cornelius Saftleven, Figure of a Woman
Saftleven, Cornelis (1607-81)
Anthromorphic Figure of a Woman (one of a pair) - Private Collection


The Pantry - Frans Snyders - carrots Adriaen van Ostade, Cottage Door Yard
The Pantry 1620
Oil on canvas, 170 x 290 cm
Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels
Adriaen van Ostade,1610–1685, The Cottage Dooryard, 1673, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art,Washington,( Widener Collection)

Bunch of Carrots - John Smith Carrots and Turnips - Charles Porter 1881
John Smith, 2008
Bunch of carrots, oil on canvas
Charles Porter, 1881
Still Life Carrots and Turnips, oil on paper, mounted on board

A postcard reproducing an early 20th century image of beets and carrots dancing to the music of a beet fiddler. This image probably originally appeared on a European postcard in the 1910s.

James Gillray, (1756-1815)

"Improvement in weights and measures" and Sir John Seeclear discovering the ballance of the British flag - Dec 1798

Abstract - 'Advantages of cold oeconomy'. Below these are bunches of turnips, carrots, a cabbage, the whole terminating in a pendent bonnet-rouge. Sinclair is fashionably dressed, wearing a hat, half-boots, ill-fitting coat, and overcoat almost to the ankles. On a heavily draped writing-table (right) are three large volumes: 'Improvements in the Art of Political Dunging and Pursuits of Agriculture.' A paper: 'The Apostate Laird - a Parliamentary Romance - together with Loss of the Agricultural Arm' Chair. (click to see close up) - source Yale University Library.

 Carrot Sandwich

According to Wright & Evans, Historical and Descriptive Account of the Caricatures of the artist  "The scene represented here is said to have been one of the usual amusements of Lord Sandwich. A guinea was the usual mark of his attention to the lucky flower-girl, or itinerant barrow-woman, who attracted his glance."

james gilray sandwich carrots

A buxom girl pushing a wheelbarrow of carrots along Bond Street, looking over her shoulder at an older man, possibly the son of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, who is tugging at her apron.  (Created in 1796)

"'Have you no feelings?' said the Carrot." Edwin John Prittie in The Mary Frances story book, : or, Adventures among the story people (1921) by Jane Eayre Fryer

Adventures among the story people (1921) by Jane Eayre Fryer

Toulouse-Lautrec, La valse des lapins 1895/96 Rabbits in landscape at dusk, one eating carrot; with title above. First edition. 1895/1896
Crayon, brush and spatter lithograph

Toulouse-Lautrec, La valse des lapins 1895/96


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