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Tony de Wolf, Still life with Eggs - for sale at Lyklema Fine Art
Tony de Wolf, Still life with Eggs - for sale at Lyklema Fine Art
Tony de Wolf, Still life with Eggs - for sale at Lyklema Fine Art
Tony de Wolf, Still life with Eggs - for sale at Lyklema Fine Art
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Tony de Wolf, Still life with Eggs

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For Sale a painting by Tony de Wolf (1961)

This beautiful painting depicts an arrangement of eggs. It’s a refined work with an emphasis on form and reflection. The eggs which are all arranged in a balanced composition. They are depicted in naturalistic colors, with the light source casting shadows and highlights on the surfaces. The overall effect is a peaceful, quiet scene that invites the viewer to take a closer look at the details and appreciate the beauty of everyday objects.

Still life with Eggs

Oil on panel

28 x 38 cm

Signed  l.l.

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Biography Tony de Wolf 

Tony De Wolf (Antwerp 1961) liked drawing since he was a little boy and from his childhood his goal was to become a great painter. The will to reach the nearly unattainable, to touch the unreachable, to create the almost perfect visual reality in his paintings is there since the beginning.


After seven years of painting classes at the Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Tony looked for new horizons, new challenges and found private guidance in the atelier of Willem Dolphyn and later with Peter Van Tongerloo to control the art of still-life painting. His compositions display the technical gifts of the Old Masters yet incorporate a fresh approach in presentation and selection of subjects. His compositions leave the spectator stunned... you can almost smell the fruit or onions, while enjoying the freshness of their colours. Tony’s chosen objects are painted to perfection including their flaws, the blemishes on fruit, chips in china, scratches in silver, maybe a fray on the linen, all suggesting a past life and adding yet another layer of thought and enjoyment to the paintings. The compositions are thoughtfully considered.


De Wolf brings a certain coolness to his still life paintings, echoing the mood of Morandi's arrangements, of whom the artist is a longstanding admirer. He brings a fresh perspective to the tradition of Flemish and Dutch still lifes and great artist from the 17th century.. Nowadays he is  the leader and innovator in the still life concentration.