FOLLOWER OF GASPAR PIETER VERBRUGGEN
"MIXED FLOWERS IN A GLASS VASE WITH BUTTERFLY, SNAIL AND FRUITS ON A
Oil on canvas
Housed in a finished corner custom ebonized Dutch style frame
Provenance: From the collection of D. Virginia Roosevelt Armentrout
Image size: 18” x 14 7/8”
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Gaspar Pieter Verbruggen II
Gaspar Pieter (Peeter) Verbruggen II was a Flemish artist, born in Antwerp, April 04,1664. He and his father,
Gaspar Peeter Verbruggen the Elder, were both renowned flower and still-life painters. After being taught by his father, he
became a master in the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke in 1677. From 1680 onwards, he taught several students, including Peter-Franz
Casteels, Jacobus Melchoir van Herck, and Balthazar Hyacinthe. In 1691 he was elected dean of the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke.
In 1703 he went to Holland and settled in the Hague. In 1708 he became a member of Pictura, an artistic circle formed by painters in The
Hague. He returned to Antwerp in 1723, where he collaborated with Kaspar Jacob van Opstal II, as well as with his father.
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