# 7635 F**
SIMON HARDIME (ANTWERP 1672-1737 LONDON )
“Roses, carnations, morning glory, bluebells, honeysuckle and other flowers in a classical urn on a stone ledge”
Oil on canvas
66 cm x 86,4 cm
Simon Hardimé specialised in still-lifes and flowers and fruit, and studied under J.B. Crepu in Antwerp , becoming a master in the guild of St. Luke in c. 1688/89. In 1700 the artist travelled to , establishing a practice in London , remaining there from 1720 until his death in 1737. He was commissioned to paint pictures for various British aristocracy, including Lord Scarborough.
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