Still life with cherries and stoneware can, Jan Bogaerts; oil on canvas; roughly 14 x 18 inches (35 x 46 cm).
Link is to sold listing on Simonis & Buunk gallery, which has a zoomable version of the image. Large image here.
Early 20th century Dutch painter Jan Bogaerts elevates his simple, commonplace still life subjects with a remarkable sensation of the tactile feeling of their surfaces.
You can just feel the bent edge of the plate under the cherries, the slippery surface of the fruit, the cold snd slightly uneven character of the chipped tiles, and the heft and smooth surface of the cracked stoneware vessel.
For more, see my previous posts on Jan Bogaerts.