A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING

Title painting:

« Judith »

454px-Eglon_van_der_Neer_-_Judith_NG_NG_NG2535

Theme:

Figurative

Date:

around 1678

Size:

Height: 32 cm (12.5 ″); Width: 24.6 cm (9.6 ″)

Medium:

oil on canvas


User (Photo):

Jane023

[ Source of the photo : commons.wikimedia.org]


Artist:

Eglon van der Neer

Neer,_Eglon_van_der_-_Self-portrait_-_1696Eglon van der Neer (1635/36, Amsterdam – May 3, 1703, Düsseldorf) is a painter of the Dutch Golden Age, son of the painter Aernout van der Neer. First painter of historical scenes and portraits, he then turned to landscape painting.
During the first period of his career, in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, van der Neer painted mostly genre scenes and portraits that show his ability to use a wide variety of different styles …
Most van der Neer paintings are small and show a very applied and finished style. Nevertheless, when the scene or the command imposed it, he was also able to realize tables of bigger format.                               [Wikipedia]

Self-portrait – Eglon van der Neer





 

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