Juan de Arellano (1614-1676) –– Flower in Glass Vase ,   1670 (800x1115)

Juan de Arellano (1614-1676) –– Flower in Glass Vase , 1670 (800x1115)

juan de arellano bouquet - Buscar con Google

juan de arellano bouquet - Buscar con Google

Juan de Arellano (1614-1676) –– Garland of Flowers, Birds and Butterflies  (500×679)

Juan de Arellano (1614-1676) –– Garland of Flowers, Birds and Butterflies (500×679)

Juan de Arellano SANTORCAZ 1614 - 1676 MADRID BLUE IRISES, PARROT TULIPS, ANEMONES, PEONIES AND OTHER FLOWERS IN A GLASS VASE, ON A STONE LEDGE

Juan de Arellano SANTORCAZ 1614 - 1676 MADRID BLUE IRISES, PARROT TULIPS, ANEMONES, PEONIES AND OTHER FLOWERS IN A GLASS VASE, ON A STONE LEDGE

Juan de Arellano, A Wicker Basket with Flowers

Juan de Arellano, A Wicker Basket with Flowers

Juan de Arellano (Spanish, 1614-1676), Still Life with Roses, Tiger Tulips, White and Blue Aquilegia, Peonies and Delphinium in the Glass vase, ca.1665-70, Private collection

Juan de Arellano (Spanish, 1614-1676), Still Life with Roses, Tiger Tulips, White and Blue Aquilegia, Peonies and Delphinium in the Glass vase, ca.1665-70, Private collection

Baroque painting | still life with flowers by Juan de Arellano, second half of 17th c. (oil on canvas)

Baroque painting | still life with flowers by Juan de Arellano, second half of 17th c. (oil on canvas)

Paris Tableau 2014 opens next week! The Fair stages ‘Three Collections, a single Passion’, an exhibition of masterpieces from AXA Art, the Centraal Museum and the P. & N. De Boer Foundation.   One of two paintings with flower garlands and mythological scenes from Ovid’s Metamorphoses by Juan de Arellano ( 1614 - 1676). The paintings have rarely been seen by the public. They are part of the AXA Group’s collection preserved at the 18th century Hôtel de la Vaupalière in Paris.

Paris Tableau 2014 opens next week! The Fair stages ‘Three Collections, a single Passion’, an exhibition of masterpieces from AXA Art, the Centraal Museum and the P. & N. De Boer Foundation. One of two paintings with flower garlands and mythological scenes from Ovid’s Metamorphoses by Juan de Arellano ( 1614 - 1676). The paintings have rarely been seen by the public. They are part of the AXA Group’s collection preserved at the 18th century Hôtel de la Vaupalière in Paris.

"Florero", Juan de Arellano, Siglo XVII

"Florero", Juan de Arellano, Siglo XVII

Juan De Arellano    Festoon of Flowers with Cartouche Surrounding a Landscape

Juan De Arellano Festoon of Flowers with Cartouche Surrounding a Landscape

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