Paintings 17th Century
Paintings 17th Century
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Francisco de Zurbaran (1598-1664) Death of St.Bonaventure (1629)
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The Exhibition of the Body of St. Bonaventure (17th century) Francisco de Zurbaran. Louvre, Paris, France
Francisco de Zurbarán. Exposición del cuerpo de San Buenaventura, 1629 (250 x 225 cm.), Museo del Louvre, París
Lying-in-State of St Bonaventure, 1629. FRANCISCO DE ZURBARÁN. #Sectarianism
1624 Frans Hals (Dutch Golden Age, c1580-1666) ~ The Laughing Cavalier
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The Laughing Cavalier Frans Hals (1582/3 - 1666) The Laughing Cavalier Netherlands 1624 Painting Oil on canvas Image size: 83 x 67.3 cm Object size: 112.5 x 98 x 9 cm Inscription: 'AETA SUAE 26 / A° 1624' P84
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Frans Hals, 'The Laughing Cavalier'. He’s the laughing cavalier, though he’s neither laughing nor a cavalier. Self-satisfied, provocative and arrogant are common descriptions. His rich costume is embroidered with motifs symbolising the pains and pleasures of love, including arrows, flaming cornucopiae and tongues of fire. This could be a betrothal portrait. Despite the intricate patterns and varying textures of his clothing, Hals executed this Baroque masterpiece with quick brush strokes.
Frans Hals (c1582-1666): The Laughing Cavalier (1624), oil on canvas, 83 x 67.3 cm. By kind permission of the Trustees of the Wallace Collection.
"Portrait of Marie-Louise de Tassis" by Anthony van Dyck, ca 1630, Fürstlich Lichtensteinische Gemäldegalerie
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▴ Artistic Accessories ▴ clothes, jewelry, hats in art - Anthony van Dyck | Portrait of Marie-Louise de Tassis, 1630
Maria de Tassis - Painting by Sir Anthony Van Dyck 1630- liechtensteincollections:The subjects’ family came from Bergamo, and developed first postal system in Europe in late 15th century. Maria came from Antwerp branch of family, traditionally provided imperial postmaster. The portrait shows her at about 19.
Beautiful 17th century dress
Maria Farnese by Matteo Loves
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Portrait of Maria Farnese by Matteo Loves, ca 1630’s-40’s Italy, Museo delle Arti e della Storia, Ginevra
Grevinnan Beata Elisabeth von Königsmarck, 1637-1723, g.m greve Pontus Fredrik De la Gardie.Oljemålning på duk. Namn Tillverkare: Hendrick Munnichhoven Avbildning: Beata Elisabet von Königsmarck Datering1654 cirka Övriga NyckelordOljemålning Kvinna SamlingSkoklosters slott Inventarienummer3038
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c. 1654 Countess Beata Elisabeth von Königsmarck attributed to Hendrick Munnichhoven (Skoklosters slott - Skoklosters Sweden) Daughter of Hans Christoff von Konigsmarck of Brandenburg, who had entered the service of the Swedish crown before Beat Elisabet was born. She married Count Frederick Pontus de la Gardie, younger brother of Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie, who had himself married Maria Euphrosyne, sister of Charles X.
17th century women's portraits at Skokloster castle
Nell Gwyn by Sir Peter Lely (1675)
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Nell Gwynn was one of the first English actresses and a mistress of King Charles II of England.Nell gwyn peter lely c 1675.
#NellGwyn (1650-87) was a long-time mistress of Charles II of England. Called "pretty, witty Nell" by Samuel Pepys, she has been regarded as a living embodiment of the spirit of Restoration England & has become a folk heroine, her story echoing the rags-to-royalty tale of Cinderella. Elizabeth Howe, in 'The First English Actresses', says she was "the most famous Restoration actress of all time, possessed of an extraordinary comic talent." IMAGE: Nell Gwyn by Peter Lely, c. 1675.
Hoydens & Firebrands: 17th Century Musings - Guest Debra Brown
Lady Anne Fanshawe, 1628 by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger. from hatsfromhistory.t...
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1628 Lady Anne Fanshawe by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Valence House Museum, London) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Gheeraerts painting 1628
ARTEMISIA GENTILESCHI (1593, Rome - 1654, Naples) The eldest child of the Tuscan painter Orazio Gentileschi who introduced her to painting in his workshop. Orazio was a great encouragement to his daughter since, during the 17th century, women were considered not to have the intelligence to work. Her first work "Susanna and the Elders" shows the sexual assault by the two Elders as a traumatic event. Some months later she was raped by one of her father's assistants. She faced a public trial.
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Artemisia Gentileschi - Selfportrait as the allegory of painting
Ten Women Who Changed Art History Forever! Click the image to read about Queen Hatshepsut, Artemisia Gentileschi and other women who altered the way we look at the world... #art #artist #artists #womenartists #femaleartists #women #female #portrait #portraiture #artemisia #painting #painter #paintings #painters #gentileschi #italian #italy #baroque
Artemisia Gentileschi - (1593 - 1656) Self-Portrait as Allegory of Painting. IBRQ 17th Century.
Artemisia Gentileschi "Self Portrait as the Allegory of Painting / L'autoritratto come La Pittura" (c. 1630), Oil on canvas, 0.956 x 0.737 m, The Royal Collection, Kensington Palace, London
Portrait of King Charles I copy after Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599-1641) Date: 17th century Medium: oil on canvas Dimensions: Framed - h:153.67 w:130.17 d:105.41 cm (h:60 1/2 w:51 3/16 d:41 1/2 inches) Unframed - h:116.80 w:96.30 cm (h:45 15/16 w:37 7/8 inches) Department: European Painting and Sculpture Type of art work: Painting Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wade
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A Young Lady Trimming her Fingernails probably 1670-5, Jacob OchterveltIn 17th-century Holland it was usual to drape tables with Turkish carpets, as here, on the right. The tapestry hanging on the back wall appears to show Hagar in the Wilderness. Probably painted in the early 1670s, this painting belongs to a group of works by the artist from these years, in which the same costumes are worn and the same basin and ewer appear. National Gallery London
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A Young Lady trimming her Fingernails, attended by a Maidservant by Jacob Ochtervelt The National Gallery, London Date painted: probably 1670-5
A Young Lady Trimming her Fingernails probably 1670-5, Jacob Ochtervelt The National Portrait Gallery, UK
Portrait of a Lady ('La Schiavona') about 1510-12, Titian National Gallery, London.The painting, known by the 17th century as 'La Schiavona' (the Dalmatian woman), must date from 1510-12. The initials T.V. on the parapet probably stand for Tiziano Vecellio. The raised portion of the parapet is a revision, and drapery originally painted there now shows through it. The profile relief, inspired by those on antique cameos, seems to be of the same sitter.
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Portrait of a Woman called `La Schiavona` 1508-10 - Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - www.titian-tizianovecellio.org
Georges de La Tour - The Fortune Teller [probably 1630s] While an old gypsy crone tells his fortune, a naive youth is robbed by her accomplices, a subject popular among Caravaggesque painters throughout Europe in the 17th century. La Tour's painting can be interpreted as a genre or theatrical scene, or as an allusion to the parable of the prodigal son. It has been variously dated from about 1620 to as late as 1639.
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"La diseuse de bonne aventure" (The fortuneteller) 1625, by Georges de la Tour
The Fortune Teller by Georges de La Tour .......The English art historian Christopher Wright published The Art of the Forger in 1984, a book whose central claim is that the Metropolitan Fortune Teller, along with other works attributed to de La Tour, is actually a forgery of the 1920s by the artist and restorer Emile Delobre (1873–1956). After lengthy analysis of X-ray photographs, details of the costume, and stylistic comparisons with other works, Wright concludes that of the three, only the Fort Worth Cheat is genuine. Among his evidence is a claim that the word "MERDE" (French for "shit") could be seen in the lace collar of the young woman second from left. Anthony Blunt and others denied this, but in a letter of 1981 to The Burlington Magazine rebutting Wright's claims, two members of the Metropolitan curatorial staff accepted that the word was there, regarding it as the work of a recent restorer, and it was then removed in 1982. The modern discovery of the painting is said to be traced to a French prisoner of war who viewed de La Tour's works in a monograph and found a likeness with a painting hung in a relative's castle. A knowledgeable priest identified it as a de La Tour work and informed the Louvre, which entered negotiations to buy the painting. The art dealer Georges Wildenstein outbid the museum, however, purchasing the painting in 1949 for 7.5 million francs. For a decade it remained with the dealer, until in 1960 the Metropolitan Museum of Art paid an undisclosed but "very high sum of money" for The Fortune Teller. How the painting had been able to leave France became a matter of controversy in the French press, and the writer André Malraux, then French Minister of Culture, attempted to explain to the National Assembly why the work did not end up in the Louvre. It later emerged that the export licence was signed by the art historian Germain Bazin, who was head of old master paintings at the Louvre; Wright speculates that he had sufficient doubt about the work not to want it for the Louvre. (such an odd painting)
The Fortune Teller is an oil painting of circa 1630 by the French artist Georges de La Tour.
At last I've found the painting that's been in my head for the last 4 months.......British School 17th century, ‘The Cholmondeley Ladies’ circa 1600-10
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Artist British School 17th century (1600‑1699) Title The Cholmondeley Ladies Date circa 1600-10
‘The Cholmondeley Ladies and their swaddled babies’, first decade 17th century oil painting depicting two women seated upright and side by side in bed, each holding a baby | an inscription in gold lettering to the bottom of the painting shows "Two Ladies of the Cholmondeley Family, Who were born the same day, Married the same day, And brought to Bed the same day"| unknown painter.
The Cholmondeley Ladies, British School 17th century 1600-1699, oil on wood. Painting on Tate Britain. It portraits two ladies that were born on the same day, married the same day and, oops, gave birth the same day.
The Cholmondeley Ladies The painting depicts two young women sitting up in bed, fully dressed, each holding an infant. They are traditionally said to be sisters, although the different coloured eyes of the ladies and children show that they are not identical twins. The babies are swaddled in red christening robes.
A realistic painting by a 17th century female artist, Clara Peeters, entitled Still Life with Cheeses, Almonds and Pretzels from circa 1615. She includes a tiny self-portrait reflected in the silver cap of the flask!
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Clara Peeters, Stilleven met kazen, amandelen en krakelingen uit circa 1615. Mauritshuis Museum, Den Haag
Clara Peeters - Still Life with Cheeses, Almonds and Pretzels from circa 1615 Date c. 1615 Source ArtDaily.com Author [show]Clara Peeters (...
Charles I of England and Queen Henrietta Maria Object: Oil painting Date: 17th century (painted) Artist/Maker: Coques, Gonzales, born 1614 - died 1684 (attributed to, painter (artist)) Materials and Techniques: Oil on oak panel Credit Line: Bequeathed by Rev. Chauncey Hare Townshend Museum number: 1342-1869 Gallery location: Prints & Drawings Study Room, room 315, case R, shelf 24, box L
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Charles I of England and Queen Henrietta Maria This is a reduced copy after the original, painted in 1632 by Anthony van Dyck, to sit above the chimney in the drawing room in Somerset House, London.
King Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France. Married 1625; Charles executed 1649.
Charles I and Henrietta Maria with a Laurel Wreath by Gonzales Coques This is a reduced copy after the original, painted in 1632 by Anthony van Dyck, to sit above the chimney in the drawing room in Somerset House, London.
The 17th-century Spanish giant of religious painting, Zurbarán had a knack for evoking spiritual matters with simple images. A still life can suggest the Virgin Mary; a portrait of a kneeling monk, his face dark, communicates the eerie mystery of God. In this painting, he excels himself, seeing in a meticulously depicted spring lamb, its feet trussed for the slaughter, an image of the Passion. A great painting that finds profundity in the everyday world
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Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) - Oil Painting by Spanish Artist Francisco de Zurbarán - 1640 | Historical Arts and Photographs of the World
Francisco de Zurbaran, Agnus Dei, The Lamb of God, 1636 by arthistory390, via Flickr
The original, by Johannes Vermeer, 17th century. The painting is at the Mauritshuis gallery in The Hague; it is sometimes called the "Mona Lisa of the North," or "the Dutch Mona Lisa."
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the girl with the Pearl earring
Christiaan Luyckx : Still life with flowers. Oh, the masterpieces of Dutch painting. 17th century. From Google.
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Christiaan Luyckx (Flemish painter, 1623-a 1653) Still Life
Backgammon players (Oil painting) Date: mid 17th century (painted) Place: Netherlands Artist/maker: Codde, Pieter
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Three #backgammon players, two sitting, and one standing, at a table which holds the #backgammonboard, a clay pipe and smoking paraphenalia including a brazier and a paper with loose tobacco. Previously attributed to a follower of Anthonie Palamedes, this work appears closer to the style of his contemporary Pieter Codde (1599-1678). Codde was a Dutch painter and poet who worked primarily in #Amsterdam. He produced many #paintings with the theme of backgammon.
Boyar Wedding a painting by Konstantin Makovsky. A famous painting of 17th century Russia.
Свадебный Пир, Константин Егорович, Маковский Константин, Artists Konstantin, Konstantin Makovski, Xvii Веке, Боярский Свадебный, Маковский Боярский, Константин Маковский
Художник Константин Маковский (1839-1915) известен своими картинами из древнерусского быта. Картина Маковского «Боярский свадебный пир XVII века» пользовалась огромным успехом в 1883 на Всемирной выставке в Антверпене и была удостоена самой высокой награды — Большой золотой медали
Маковский Константин Егорович "Боярский свадебный пир в XVII веке", 1883
К Е Маковский Боярский свадебный пир в xvii веке 1883 - Konstantin Makovsky -
Meytens, Matrin van; Empress Maria Theresa 1700
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Martin van Meytens (1695–1770) Link back to Portrait of Empress Maria Theresia, sovereign of Austria, Bohemia and Hungary.
Empress Maria Theresa, by Martin van Meytens
MEYTENS, Martin van 바로크 시대에는 프랑스와 영국이 유럽패션의 중심이 되었으며, Marie de medici와 루이14세는 그 당시 17세기 복식을 대표한다. 프랑스는 루프,태슬,자수 등의 남용으로 그들의 복식이 지나치게 화려해지는 유행을 막기 위해 사치 금지령을 내리기도 했다. 그러나 사치금지령은 효력을 발휘하지 못했으며, 과다한 장식의 사용으로 남성복식은 다소 경박한 느낌을 주었고 여성들의 복식은 화려함이 더욱 강조되었다. whisk collar나 falling collar 등 다양한 형태의 collar 들은 다른 시기의 복식과 이 시기의 복식을 구분짓는 중요한 요소가 되었다. 하지만 복식에 나타난 지나친 장식과열은 인간 자체의 아름다움을 표현하기 보다 의상을 위한 장식으로 그쳐버린다.
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