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She completed her final painting at age 83. The Flower Still life painting is a two-dimensional piece.

Due to a long and successful career that spanned over six decades, she became the best documented woman painter of the Dutch Golden Age, being followed by Jan van Huysum, who took flower painting to another degree of popularity. Her father was a professor of anatomy and botany.

Carlo Crivelli.

The Flower Still Life painting was created after the 1700s.

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Rachel was a Dutch painter who specialised in still lives with flowers.

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