Evert Collier

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Evert Collier (between 1630 and 1650 - few days before September 8, 1708) was a Dutch painter known for vanitas still-life and trompe l'oeil paintings. His first name is sometimes spelled "Edward" or "Edwaert" or "Eduwaert" or "Edwart," and his last name is sometimes spelled "Colyer" or "Kollier".


Collier was born between 1630 and 1650 in Breda, Noord-Brabant, and died in 1708. He is believed to have trained in Haarlem, as his earliest paintings show the influence of Pieter Claesz and Vincent Laurensz van der Vinne. By 1667, he had moved to Leiden, where he became a member of the Guild of St. Luke in 1673. He moved to Amsterdam by 1686 and to London in 1693. He was buried September 8, 1708 at St. James's, Piccadilly.

The Denver Art Museum, the Honolulu Academy of Arts, the National Portrait Gallery , the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam) and the Tate (London) are among the public collections having paintings by Evert Collier.


  1. A Trompe l'Oeil of Newspapers, Letters and Writing Implements on a Wooden Board (1699), 58.8 × 46.2 cm
  2. Edward Collier (1683), Oil on Canvas, 44.4 × 52.8 cm
  3. Still Life (1699), Oil on Canvas, 76.2 × 63.5 cm
  4. Still Life: The Smell (1695), Oil on Canvas, 24⅝ × 20½ in
  5. Still Life with a volume of Wither's Emblemes (1696), Oil on Canvas, 83.8 × 107.9 cm
  6. A Vanitas
  7. Vanitas (1662), Oil on Wood, 94 × 112.1 cm
  8. Vanitas Still Life (1684),......
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