Still life with apples, raisins, and flowers. Oil on canvas, 44.50 x 81.50 cm.
Tommaso Aldrovandini (1653–1736) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. Born in Bologna to a family of painters, he mainly learned from his uncle, Mauro Aldrovandini, and was called to fresco the Sala del Consiglio in Genoa (destroyed by fire). He also worked in Germany. He was the son of Giuseppe, cousin of Pompeo Aldrovandini, and sibling of Domenico.