1612-1680 Dutch Frans Post Gallery
was a Dutch painter. He was the first European artist to paint landscapes of the New World.
In 1636 he traveled to Dutch Brazil at the invitation of Johan Maurits van Nassau-Siegen, who was governor-general there, at the suggestion of his brother Pieter Post. In 1644, Post returned to Haarlem. Of his Brazilian landscapes, some depict actual locations, while others are probably imaginary. Post's art is usually classified as Baroque.
ID: 2110 Brazilian Landscape Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York