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Cabinet of Curiosities (ca.1695) by Domenico Remps, held in the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence

Cabinet of Curiosities (ca.1695) by Domenico Remps, held in the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence

Edwaert Collier Trompe l'Oeil still life of a letter rack holding newspapers, letters, a comb, scissors, wax, a letter opener, a magnifying glass and other objects. photo Sotheby's

Edwaert Collier Trompe l'Oeil still life of a letter rack holding newspapers, letters, a comb, scissors, wax, a letter opener, a magnifying glass and other objects. photo Sotheby's

Collection of 18th-century curiosities including many shells in the mahogany secretaire bookcase from the Library at A La Ronde, Devon.

Collection of 18th-century curiosities including many shells in the mahogany secretaire bookcase from the Library at A La Ronde, Devon.

Domenico Remps, Cabinet of Curiosities, 1690s, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence  Domenico Remps (also Rems) was an Italian painter of German or Flemish origin. He was active in the second half of 17th century in Venice and was a successful painter of Trompe-l’oeil paintings.  This trompe-l’oeil painting representing a cabinet of curiosities blurs the boundary between real and fictitious space.

Domenico Remps, Cabinet of Curiosities, 1690s, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence Domenico Remps (also Rems) was an Italian painter of German or Flemish origin. He was active in the second half of 17th century in Venice and was a successful painter of Trompe-l’oeil paintings. This trompe-l’oeil painting representing a cabinet of curiosities blurs the boundary between real and fictitious space.

L’Archiduc Léopold-Guillaume dans sa galerie de peinture, 1647 by David Teniers the Younger

L’Archiduc Léopold-Guillaume dans sa galerie de peinture, 1647 by David Teniers the Younger

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