İdil Sanat ve Dil Dergisi
Cilt 7, Sayı 48  Ağustos 2018  (ISSN: 2146-9903, E-ISSN: 2147-3056)

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With the enlightenment process triggered by the Renaissance movement in Europe, the rebellions against the feudal system and the dogmatism of the church became widespread with Protestantism and accompanying Kalvinism, and the process of renunciation of church from the worldly a airs was accelerated. While rapidly developing trade in the Netherlands provide the emergence of new rich people, the feudal system gradually left its place to the free market lords. The religious, economic and social changes that shaped the 17th century Holland also in uenced the eld of art and the artist has been obliged to turn to non-religious issues by strictly forbidding the portrayals of the places of wor- ship where the artists provide for their lives with the portrayal of sacred scenes. While the increase in the number of capital powers who want to embellish their own private space expands the repertoire of the artists, still-lifes that seems like independent of all kinds of intangible judgments has gained a great popularity in the 17th century Holland. The hunting still-lifes that emerges in an environment where the bourgeoisie invests in artisans and traces of the natural beauty of the Netherlands has also turned into a demonstration of social status as a species where the messages take place about wealth and life views of the orderer. The hunting still-lifes which turned into a show of power that threatens its opponents with its rich content, act as a mediator heralding of the salvation of the Hereafter, mov- ing from the attitude of christianity blessing the richness.