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A type of elaborate still-life painting in which dead game, the fruits of the hunt, features prominently. It was first developed in Flanders by artists such as Frans Snyders (1579–1657) and then became popular in Holland with artists like Jan Baptist Weenix (1621–before 1663).

Subjects: Art.

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