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 +[[Image:Five Shells on a Slab of Stone by Adriaen Coorte.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Five Shells on a Slab of Stone]]'' (1696) by [[Adriaen Coorte]]]]
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-:There is a hidden tradition in the [[painting of silence]]: [[Vermeer]], [[Caspar David Friedrich]], [[Bonnard]], [[Giorgio Morandi|Morandi]], to name just a few painters of silence at random. ..-- from an essay on [[Erzsébet Vojnich]]+There is a tradition in the '''painting of silence''': [[Vermeer]], [[Caspar David Friedrich]], [[Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin|Chardin]], [[Bonnard]], [[Giorgio de Chirico|de Chirico]] and [[Giorgio Morandi|Morandi]]. That the genre is still popular is proven by the work of [[Erzsébet Vojnich]].
==See also== ==See also==
 +*[[Art theme]]
*[[Silence]] *[[Silence]]
 +*[[Still life]]
 +*[[Copenhagen Interior School]] and its "[[Sunshine and Silent Rooms]]"
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There is a tradition in the painting of silence: Vermeer, Caspar David Friedrich, Chardin, Bonnard, de Chirico and Morandi. That the genre is still popular is proven by the work of Erzsébet Vojnich.

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