Abraham Mignon (1640 – 1679), was a still life painter. He is known for his flower pieces, still lifes with fruit, still lifes in forests or grotto as well as still lifes of game and fish and garland paintings. His works are influenced by those of Jan Davidszoon de Heem and Jacob Marrel.
After commencing his artistic training in Germany, he moved to the Dutch Republic where he was active in Utrecht during the last part of his short life. His works were sought after by 17th and 18th-century collectors from the hightest ranks of society throughout Europe.
His best-known works are his elaborate compositions of flowers and fruits arranged in niches or on stone ledges, or displayed in grottos or amidst ruins.