Willem Claeszoon Heda, 1593-1680, was a Dutch Golden Age painter. He is known for innovation of the late breakfast genre of still life oil painting. Willem Claeszoon Heda art contains perfectly draped fabric and assortments of fine glass and metal wares in addition to foodstuffs. His coloration of light in the artworks, combined with fine brush strokes, results in an unbelievable level of realism. Willem Claeszoon Heda paintings can be found in famous museums: the Rijksmuseum; the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the Louvre; The National Gallery, London, etc.. -- The Copyright of Scripts is Reserved by Toperfect.