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unknow artist Hollandse schepen in de Sont painting


Hollandse schepen in de Sont
Hollandse schepen in de Sont
Painting ID::  75639
  1614 Oil on canvas 101.5 ?? 180.5 cm (40 ?? 71.1 in) cjr
  1614 Oil on canvas 101.5 ?? 180.5 cm (40 ?? 71.1 in) cjr

 

 
   
      

VROOM, Hendrick Cornelisz.

Dutch Baroque Era Painter, ca.1563-1640. He was one of the founders of Dutch marine painting. Painter and draughtsman. By his own account, he received his early training in Delft, home of his mother's family. Van Mander reports that Hendrick's stepfather, like his father a ceramic artist, forced him to work as a decorator of ceramic vessels, which caused the young artist to leave home and embark on extensive travels in Spain and Italy. After working for ecclesiastical patrons in Florence and Rome, he was employed for at least two years (c. 1585-7) by Cardinal Ferdinando de' Medici, who in October 1587 succeeded Francesco I as Grand Duke of Tuscany. Ferdinando's keen interest in ships and the navy seems to have been a determining factor in Vroom's choice of subject-matter. According to Lanzi, he was known in Rome as 'Lo Spagnolo' (since he had arrived there from Spain). Among his earliest works may be a group of marine paintings attributed to him (Rome, Villa Colonna). His friendship in Rome with Paul Bril, mentioned by van Mander, had no effect on Hendrick's painting style, but Bril's influence is discernible in a group of landscape drawings

VROOM, Hendrick Cornelisz. Hollandse schepen in de Sont painting


Hollandse schepen in de Sont
Hollandse schepen in de Sont
Painting ID::  77440
  Date 1614 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 101.5 ?? 180.5 cm (40 ?? 71.1 in) cyf
  Date 1614 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 101.5 ?? 180.5 cm (40 ?? 71.1 in) cyf

 

 
   
      

VROOM, Hendrick Cornelisz.
Dutch Baroque Era Painter, ca.1563-1640. He was one of the founders of Dutch marine painting. Painter and draughtsman. By his own account, he received his early training in Delft, home of his mother's family. Van Mander reports that Hendrick's stepfather, like his father a ceramic artist, forced him to work as a decorator of ceramic vessels, which caused the young artist to leave home and embark on extensive travels in Spain and Italy. After working for ecclesiastical patrons in Florence and Rome, he was employed for at least two years (c. 1585-7) by Cardinal Ferdinando de' Medici, who in October 1587 succeeded Francesco I as Grand Duke of Tuscany. Ferdinando's keen interest in ships and the navy seems to have been a determining factor in Vroom's choice of subject-matter. According to Lanzi, he was known in Rome as 'Lo Spagnolo' (since he had arrived there from Spain). Among his earliest works may be a group of marine paintings attributed to him (Rome, Villa Colonna). His friendship in Rome with Paul Bril, mentioned by van Mander, had no effect on Hendrick's painting style, but Bril's influence is discernible in a group of landscape drawings
Hollandse schepen in de Sont
Date 1614 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 101.5 ?? 180.5 cm (40 ?? 71.1 in) cyf

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