Dutch still life paintings
17th C classical technique and pigments
Dutch fine artist Tanja Moderscheim (London) offers refined and elegant still life paintings in a classical style. Her work is executed entirely using the techniques and pigments of 17th century Holland. The paintings are set in bespoke 17th C Dutch replica frames, 17th C-style frames or hand-selected antique period frames.
The artist specialises in still life paintings featuring her 16th-19th C tulip cultivars collection, Delft Blueware, birds, and fruit and produce. Close attention to detail and anatomy, nurtured by her background in the biological sciences, is a nod to the increased interest in naturalism during the Dutch Golden Age. She adheres to and expresses in her work the values of elegance and refinement, heritage and tradition, authenticity and beauty.
Tanja is a fellow member of the Society of Botanical Artists, UK.
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Tanja Möderscheim, Dutch Fine Paintings Ltd.
Registered company number 13902216, England
Studio and registered address: 91 Crane Avenue, Isleworth TW7 7JR