Will you Instagram your Thanksgiving dinner? Depicting food is no new craze; the Davis exhibits 30+ food works from artists over the centuries, like this 19th century German oil painting. WBUR features the exhibition on-air on November 26.

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"Still Life with Fruit", Roesen, Severin (attributed to) (German), 1850-60, Oil on canvas mounted on panel, canvas: 30 1/2 in. x 40 1/2 in. (77.5 cm x 102.9 cm), Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Stetson Knowles.

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