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Hunting still life with various animals
Do you still remember this still life that people used to hang up as a showpiece in their living room? Sander van Laar has now created a beautiful new modern hunting still life with many stuffed animals such as a badger, a fox and many other fowl. All kinds of animals that you might encounter in Dutch nature.
The atmosphere of the 17th century in a beautiful modern jacket is the hunting still life by Sander van Laar. For one it is a vanitas painting and for another a message from nature.
A beautiful showpiece for the wall for every nature lover.
This artworks is offered by Sander Van Laar
Van Laar (43) from Veenendaal, married and is father of 2 beautiful children. Besides his family, he has another great passion for photography and image editing.
The new master of still life with flowers that never wilt.
Everyone loves beautiful bouquets, don't they? Sander van Laar brings colourful peace into the home with bouquets that don't wilt easily. With his camera and the Photoshop photo-editing programme, he follows in the footsteps of the old Dutch Masters in a contemporary way.
In 2017, Sander won an award "The Great Paul 2017".
"There he was labelled as the new digital artist of the contemporary arts in photography. Sander turns everything into a Work of Art"
Most important thing Sander wants to see in his (flower) still lifes is line play, velvety flowers combined with dramatic contrasts.
Giving the feeling that it is painted but with a digital touch so there is something for every little pixel....
A true delight to have on your wall sander's artwork.
This is also why work on the wall has selected a number of contemporary flower still lifes for the VTwonen television programme Verliefd op je huis on SBS6, with Kees Tol as presenter ( Who now also has a beautiful "van Laar Royal FLora" hanging on the wall )
Feel free to look at my website for any limited edition flower still lifes these are made in editions with certificate. https://www.sandervanlaar.com
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