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File:Still Life with Game (Carel de Vogelaer) - Nationalmuseum - 17175.tif

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Carel de Vogelaer: Still Life with Game  wikidata:Q18599235 
Artist
attributed
Carel de Vogelaer: Still Life with Game
Title
English: Still Life with Game
Svenska: Stilleben med villebråd
Object type painting
Description
Arrangement eines Stillleben mit Wild in freier Natur
Date 1683
Medium
Svenska: Olja på duk
Dimensions

99 x 136 cm

  • Height: 99 cm (38.9 in); Width: 136 cm (53.5 in)
    QS:P2048,99U174728;P2049,136U174728
  • Framed: Height: 114 cm (44.8 in); Width: 151 cm (59.4 in); Depth: 9 cm (3.5 in)
    QS:P2048,114U174728;P2049,151U174728;P2610,9U174728
Accession number
225
References http://collection.nationalmuseum.se/eMuseumPlus?service=ExternalInterface&module=collection&objectId=17175&viewType=detailView
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