May 22, 2020

“Still Life with Quinces” by Barbara Goldin

About the Artwork:
“Being in isolation I wanted to paint my immediate environment. My garden backs onto a beautiful bush reserve. This still life was inspired by the flowers I gathered in my garden and placed in a vase next to some quinces on my kitchen table. The light was just right so I stared the painting there and finished it in my studio”. Goldin

“Still Life with Quinces”, 80 x 80cm, acrylic on canvas, $2,800 (framed)

Curator’s Notes:
It is interesting to note, the earliest known still life paintings were created by the Egyptians in the 15th Century. The term, “still life” is derived from the Dutch word stilleven, which gained prominence during the 16th century. A still life (also known by its French title, nature morte) painting is a piece that features an arrangement of inanimate objects as its subject. Usually, these items are set on a table and often include organic objects like fruit and flowers and household items like glassw’are and textiles.

More Artworks Available
by Barbara Goldin:

“After The Rain”, oil on canvas, 64cm x 95cm, $2,900
“Outcrop WA”, acrylic on arches paper, 86cm x 76cm, $2,500
“Silent Grove”, acrylic on canvas, 78cm x 94cm, $2,800
“Along Dale Gorge”, acrylic on arches paper, 93cm x 75cm, $2,100
“Boabs at Cockburn Range”, acrylic on paper, 91cm x 125cm, $3,200
“Little Merten Falls WA”, acrylic on arches paper, 93cm x 75cm, $3,200
“Outback Station”, acrylic on arches paper, 75cm x 93cm, $2,100

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