Three Figs

Dutch Paintings
and Drawings

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Handling of light

Lobster I

Culinary Paintings

Cherries and Apricots

Still Life
Celebrating Beauty

Fivizzano Plums

Drawings

Still Life with Delft Plate I

Traditional Techniques

Still Life with Delft Plate II

Attention to Detail

Still Life with Delft Plate III

Atmosphere

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Classical Style

Dutch still life and culinary paintings using classical technique, by London based artist Tanja Möderscheim

Tanja Möderscheim is a Dutch painter based in London. She paints culinary and still life paintings using techniques common in 17th-Century Holland. Her close attention to detail and anatomy in her Dutch still life paintings is driven by her background in science and is also a nod to the renewed interest in taxonomy during the Dutch Golden Age.

She exhibits regularly in between commissions and working on projects. One such project celebrates culinary heritage and local food produce. For this project she collaborated with the BBC Food and Farming Awards (2016) and currently works with additional food producers to bring out the best of their business in paint. These paintings will be exhibited together to celebrate artisan producers and their good, local food.

Tanja also teaches still life painting workshops in Old Isleworth.

News

Tanja is currently working on commissions for clients in the UK, paintings for the Reading Art Fair, and a large painting for the Art Matakana Gallery, New Zealand. She is planning her next still life painting course (June/July 2017)

Dutch Oils Art also feature in:

Upcoming Exhibitions

Reading Contemporary Art Fair, Reading 21-23 April 2017
Teaching workshops, Old Isleworth, summer 2017
Aubergine Art Gallery, Wimbledon, ongoing
Windsor Contemporary Art Fair, Windsor 10-12 November 2017
Richmond Environment Trust, Annual Art Auction, Nov 2017
Mayfair Christmas Market, November 2017

Charity

Proudly supporting the charity Environment Trust, Richmond. Next annual art auction: November 2017.