(b. ca. 1600, Paris, d. 1672, Paris)
Cherries and Gooseberries on a Table1644
Oil on panel, 24 x 35 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris
Garnier comes close to Moillon, his daughter-in-law, in his Cherries and Gooseberries on a Table in the Louvre, but his sense of the picturesque quality of the fruits and leaves hanging from their branches is obvious, whereas Moillon never allowed such charm to intrude on her distillations of banal subject-matter.