A flower still-life which is but a slight variation on the engraving seen in item #51, is this oil-painting on copper from Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder (1573–1621). Bosschaert was born in Antwerp, but worked in Middelburg, Amsterdam, Bergen op Zoom, Utrecht and Breda . This painting, probably from his Utrecht period, was last seen in Art gallery Van Haeften, London in 2002, and is dated on stylistic grounds 1618–1619. 
The snail on the left of the vase is undoubtedly a Cepaea species and is realistically painted.
 Bol, L.J. (1960). The Bosschaert dynasty: painters of flowers and fruit. Lewis, Leigh-on-Sea, 108 pp.
 RKD, artwork 49650, http://explore.rkd.nl/explore/images/49650 (permalink).