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MIA in Detail: Clue 4

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Deeply interested in the imagined secret dialogues of everyday objects, this artist’s work often features enigmatic imagery filled with light and shadow.

Can you guess the artist and the painting?


Last week’s clue: Among the abundance of still-life painters in the 19th-century, this artist of German descent was among the most renowned. This painting is one of six large-scale canvases attributed to the artist.

Can you guess who painted this glass?











Answer: This glass was painted by Severin Roesen, in his Abundant Fruit painting dated 1858.










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