Still Life Painting

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Christóbal Ramírez de Arellano, Still Life with Grapes, Melon and Apricots, ca. 1630s.
Still Life of Flowers by Adelheid Dietrich, 1868.
Still Life with Ginger Jar by William Harnet, 1876.

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The term "Still life" (Spanish: "bodegón", also "naturaleza muerta"; French: "Nature morte"; German: Stillleben) is used to describe an inanimate painting of subjects like: flowers (bouquet), vases, jars, fruits, etc. [1]

It was not until the Renaissance that still life emerged as an independent painting genre. Still-life painting. Encyclopædia Britannica.

Still Life by Henri Fantin-Latour, 1866.

Henri Matisse, The Bed in the Mirror, 1919.