Jan Miense Molenaer: Painter of the Dutch Golden Age
Hudson Hills, 2002 - Art - 203 pages
An exemplary study of the artist's career and sources with nearly every work discussed and illustrated mostly in color. Equally as important as the essays is the catalog of the exhibited paintings, all shown in color including details.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Adriaen Adriaen Brouwer Adriaen van Ostade Allegory Amsterdam appears artist Bogendorf Rupprath Bredero Bredius Brouwer Bruegel the Elder brushwork Card Players CATALOGUE century color composition contemporary couple dancing Denial of Saint depicted Dirck Hals discussed Duet Dutch Dutch Golden Age dwarf example Exhibitions ﬁgures ﬁrst ﬁve foreground frame Frans Hals Frans Hals Museum Haarlem and Worcester Hague Hals’s Heemstede Hofrichter Ibid iconographic identiﬁed interior inventory Jan Miense Molenaer Jan Steen Judith Leyster London Lucas van Leyden Lucelle Mander Merry Company merrymakers models Mole Molenaer and Leyster Molenaer’s Molenaer’s paintings motifs Museum of Art naer naer’s oeuvre Oil on canvas Oil on panel painter palette peasant picture’s Pieter Bruegel Playing portraits Private collection props reﬂects Rijksmuseum Saint Peter seventeenth-century signed and dated skull small picture sonder lijst speciﬁc stuck studio Tavern theme tion viewer village Wedding Weller ﬁg woman Worcester 1993 young