Alexander Coosemans
(1627, Antwerp - 1689, Antwerp), was a Flemish Baroque painter. According to the RKD he was registered as a pupil of Jan Davidsz de Heem in 1641 and in 1645 he became a master in the Guild of St. Luke.He travelled to Rome in 1649 but was back in Antwerp in 1651. He painted flowers, fruit, and inanimate subjects, and flourished in the Netherlands about 1630. Fruit subjects by him are in the Augsburg Gallery and the Belvedere at Vienna. In the Madrid Gallery there is a fruit-piece attributed to a J. D. Cooseman, who is said to have flourished in the Netherlands in the 17th century: and in the Bordeaux Museum, a fruit-piece ascribed to a N. Coosman. He was followed by Hendrik Schoock.

 

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Alexander Coosemans Fruchtestillleben mit Hummer oil painting   

Painting ID::  74962
Alexander Coosemans
Fruchtestillleben mit Hummer
Frechtestillleben mit Hummer, vergoldetem Akelei-Pokal, großer chinesischer Porzellanschessel, silberner Tazza, Flechtkorb und Bierglas. Oil on canvas, 57.9 X 84.9 cm

   
   
     

 

 

Alexander Coosemans Alexander Coosemans oil painting   

Painting ID::  76182
Alexander Coosemans
Alexander Coosemans
Oil on canvas, 57.7 x 84.8 cm cyf

   
   
     

 

 

Alexander Coosemans Fruchtestillleben mit Hummer oil painting   

Painting ID::  76555
Alexander Coosemans
Fruchtestillleben mit Hummer
Oil on canvas, 57.9 ?? 84.9 cm cyf

   
   
     

 

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Alexander Coosemans
(1627, Antwerp - 1689, Antwerp), was a Flemish Baroque painter. According to the RKD he was registered as a pupil of Jan Davidsz de Heem in 1641 and in 1645 he became a master in the Guild of St. Luke.He travelled to Rome in 1649 but was back in Antwerp in 1651. He painted flowers, fruit, and inanimate subjects, and flourished in the Netherlands about 1630. Fruit subjects by him are in the Augsburg Gallery and the Belvedere at Vienna. In the Madrid Gallery there is a fruit-piece attributed to a J. D. Cooseman, who is said to have flourished in the Netherlands in the 17th century: and in the Bordeaux Museum, a fruit-piece ascribed to a N. Coosman. He was followed by Hendrik Schoock.