The Art Treasures of London; Painting

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General Books LLC, 2009 - Literary Collections - 178 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ...D (1) 34 Sandhills with Figures 36 A Sandbank, with Travellers C (7) 71 Neighbourhood of a Camp with Soldiers Willem van ROMEYN (1624-1693) of Haarlem, a pupil of N. Berchem. His works much resemble those of his master, and he was influenced by Karel du Jardin and A. van de Velde. He visited Italy. D (1) 3 Classical Landscape with Figures 5 Landscape with Cattle and Figures Johan LINGELBACH (1625-1674), born at Frankfort and settled in Amsterdam. He painted the figures and animals in many of the works of Wouwerman, Wynants and others. NG (10) 837 The Hay Harvest (1661) D (1) 55 A Blacksmith's Shop in Rome (6) 326 Seaport with Oriental Figures (1670) Paulus POTTER (1625-1654), pupil of his father and of Jacob de Wet. Worked at Delft, The Hague, and Amsterdam. "Unrivalled in the precision, finesse, and dramatic force with which he characterises and individualises cattle and domestic animals generally" (Hertford House catalogue.) NG (12) 849 Landscape with Cattle (1651) 1009 The Old Grey Hunter W (14) 189 Herdsmen with their Cattle (? 1646) (13) 219 The Milkmaid (? 1647 or 1648) 252 Cattle in Stormy Weather (1653) SK (I) 60 Studies of Animals Jan STEEN (1626-1679) of Leyden, settled in Delft, where he established a brewery. This proving a failure, he lived at Haarlem. He married the daughter of Van Goyen. "Probably the most gifted, mentally, of all the Dutch painters." NG (12) 856 The Music Master (? 1671) NG(1a) 1378 An Interior with Figures 1421 A Terrace Scene with Figures W (17) i11 A Supper Scene (1664) (14) 150 The Lute Player. 154 The Harpsichord Lesson 158 Merrymaking in a Tavern (13) 209 The Village Alchemist acob Isaacksz van RUISDAEL (born at Haarlem in 1628 or 1629; uried at Haarlem 1682), influenced by the works of Everdingen....

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