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KALF Willem (b. 1622, Rotterdam, d. 1693, Amsterdam) Nationality : Dutch

Dutch painter, one of the most celebrated of all still-life painters. He worked in Paris, he lived in Hoorn and then settled in Amsterdam. His early works were modest kitchen and courtyard scenes, but he soon became the outstanding exponent of a type of still-life in which fruit and precious objects - porcelain, oriental rugs, Venetian glass - are arranged in grand Baroque displays. His pictures have often been compared with those of Vermeer because of his masterly handling of texture and his ability to manipulate warm and cool colours (he frequently contrasts the reddish browns in a carpet with the yellow of a peeled lemon and the blue and white of porcelain).

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