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"Hendrik de Fromantiou (1633 – after 1693) was a Dutch still life painter." (Wikipedia)
"De Fromantiou's style can be described as taut and precise. His floral still lifes are composed with a pink rose in the middle, a red poppy often towering above the rest, and a crumpled carpet or cloth can be found regularly in the right corner. His still lifes with game are also characterised by a tight composition. A bird hangs vertically downwards, and a marble table top creates the clean horizontal line. His skills enabled him to emulate the feathers of a bird, the softness of a peach and the glass of a vase like a true master." http://maastrichtnet.nl/profielen/bonnefantenmuseum/henri-de-fromantiou-vorstelijke-illusies