Adriaen Coorte | Still Life with Asparagus, 1697 | Rijks Museum We love cooking with ingredients that are in season, and now is the perfect time
Still Life with a Beer Glass and a Porcelain Dish with Pepper | Jan Jansz. van de Velde (III), 1647 | Rijksmuseum We do love our oysters here at
Vincent van Gogh | Quinces, Lemons, Pears and Grapes, 1887 | Van Gogh Museum In these dark, cold days we all can use a little colour and warm
When you think of the Rijksmuseum, you think of 17th century Holland. And there’s a good reason for this: the museum houses the largest
Doesn’t that silver jug look proud? Like it’s catching the light with its uplifted torso? The porcelain bowl looks like it’s trying to compete.
The Rijks Conserven contain a lovely fruit syrup with cinnamon, which would be perfect to serve at a children’s party. The syrup is inspired by
It’s truly amazing how a work of art from 1696 can feel so stylish, so modern. But Adriaen Coorte (1659/1664-after 1707) had no time travelling