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Bas Meeuws (1974) is a passionate photographer who has given a new twist to the traditional Dutch still life with flowers. Meeuws does not paint his flowers with a brush and oil paints, as his famous predecessors from the 17th century did. His images come from a digital reflex camera. No brushes or paint, but this is still Art with a capital A.

Bas Meeuws (1974) is a passionate photographer who has given a new twist to the traditional Dutch still life with flowers. Meeuws does not paint his flowers with a brush and oil paints, as his famous predecessors from the 17th century did. His images come from a digital reflex camera. No brushes or paint, but this is still Art with a capital A.

i like this because of the contrast of texture from the smooth and soft of the feather and eggs to the rough and hard of the wooden table

i like this because of the contrast of texture from the smooth and soft of the feather and eggs to the rough and hard of the wooden table

I like this shot because of how complex yet creative the image is. The lighting has been well thought out and it gives the glasses form and shape.

I like this shot because of how complex yet creative the image is. The lighting has been well thought out and it gives the glasses form and shape.

Such an odd image. I can't tell if its distorted in the glass or if it would simply appear this way with how everything is positioned. I want to draw it, but I can't imagine the doing the multiple layers of value formed by overlapping glasses.

Such an odd image. I can't tell if its distorted in the glass or if it would simply appear this way with how everything is positioned. I want to draw it, but I can't imagine the doing the multiple layers of value formed by overlapping glasses.