Rath Berger

Rath Berger was born in Hungary in 1933, to parents who were both well-known artists.  He studied under his parents until he was old enough to enter a specialized art school.  Rath generally paints miniature fruit with porcelain or glass, with his trademark water drops on the table.  His portrayal of these various fruits, whether they be cherries or plums, are so realistic one is tempted to pluck the fruit off the painting!  As a pass time, Rath operates a lovely bed and breakfast with his wife.  His work has been exhibited in Paris, Munich and New York and can be found in collections all over the world.

Styles: Traditional

“Canaloupe”

Oil on Wood Panel

10" x 11" (Framed)

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“Orange with Porcelain Bowl”

Oil on Wood Panel

10" x 11" (Framed)

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“Strawberries”

Oil on Wood Panel

12" x 13" (Framed)

$990

“Cherries”

Oil on Wood Panel

12" x 13" (Framed)

$920

“Fresh Currants”

Oil on Wood Panel

12" x 13" (Framed)

$920

“Raspberries”

Oil on Wood Panel

12" x 13" (Framed)

$920

“Plums”

Oil on Wood Panel

12" x 13" (Framed)

$920

“Lemons”

Oil on Wood Panel

12" x 13" (Framed)

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