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Not only had the Dutch-art produced many world famous painters but also many other unique well-known artists....
Dutch painters: Some highlights of Dutch-art from well-known
painters of various stages are: Dutch art golden age
was among the much-admired in the 17th century. During which period there was a
huge wave of productivity in the Dutch art world in general and paintings; to such an
extent that prices of precious artworks declined particularly from around 1620 Frans
Hals - Ruysdeal - Dutch paintings made a break- through from the Baroque style characterized
by Rubens in neighboring Flanders [then a part of the 7 provinces of the Dutch republic] to a more
realistic style of portraying a real world style of painting - including
historical paintings-portraits -landscapes and cityscapes, still lifes and genre paintings. With the latter four of
these new styles - Dutch painters set a trend which art styles in Europe would be
influenced by for the next two hundred years. Paintings often had a moralistic
Johannes Vermeer's works are famously admired for the master’s use of transparent colours, cautious composition, and special brilliant use of light. The master’s most well-known works are Girl with a Pearl Earring and the Officer and a Laughing Girl.
“Utrechtse School” refers to a group of painters who were active in the city of Utrecht in the early part of the 17th century. This is part of what is called the Baroque period. This group of painters all strongly influenced by the then deceased painter Caravaggio-who died in 1610.
More examples of Dutch-art Master painters: Willem Claeszoon Heda. Breakfast with a Lobster (seventeenth century). Especially portrait paintings in the Netherlands flourished in the 17th C. Painters from the Northern provinces induced feelings in the viewer by letting the individual be an observer to a scene of deep intimacy. Quite often in those days group portraits were ordered by members of a city's civilian guard-or regents.
The Night Watch by Rembrandt By 1631 Rembrandt van Rijn The famous master of depicting LIGHT - was at the peak of his artistic productivity that he received numerous projects for portraits from regents of Amsterdam. Around 1640, Rembrandt’s work became contrary to the then taste of influenced people and more sober- reflecting personal family tragedies that he had suffered. Contrary to the trend of the time exhuberance was replaced by more sober sincere emotions. Biblical scenes were now derived more often from the New Testament than the Old Testament. One of Rembrandt’s most famous paintings is The Night Watch, which was completed in 1642- Holland's golden age of painting. The “Nachtwacht” [the Nightwatch] was custom-made to be hung in the banquet hall of the newly built building “Kloveniersdoelen” [Musketeers Meeting Hall] in Amsterdam.
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