During the course of the 17th century still-life painting more and more developed. Not only flowers, but also fruit, other food ingredients (here bread and oysters), and various objects (but also a snail!) can be seen on this oil painting of Abraham Mignon (1640–1679), who worked in Frankfurt am Main and in Utrecht . This painting, now in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, was made during his Utrecht period (1660–1679). 
The snail that catches the eye, is quite traditionally moving around along the edge of the table, but is undoubtedly a Cepaea species.