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AST, Balthasar van der


Dutch painter

(b. 1594, Middelburg, d. 1657, Delft)

 

Dutch still-life painter,

the brother-in-law of Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder,

with whom he trained in Middelburg.

He worked in Utrecht before settling in Delft in 1632.

 

His touch was less exquisite than Bosschaert's, but his range was wider,

his paintings often including fruit and shells as well as flowers.

Jan Davidsz. de Heem was his pupil in Utrecht.

 

 

 

Still-Life with Apple Blossoms
1635
Oil on oak, 22 x 39 cm
Staatliche Museen, Berlin

 

 

 

 

Basket of Fruits
c. 1625
Oil on wood, 14 x 20 cm
Staatliche Museen, Berlin

 

 

 

 

Bouquet of Flowers
1624
Oil on copper, 13 x 10 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

 

Still-Life of Flowers, Shells, and Insects
c. 1635
Oil on panel, 24 x 35 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

 

Flowers and Fruit
1620
Oil on panel, 39 x 70 cm
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

 

 

 

Flower Still-Life with Shell and Insects
-
Oil on canvas
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

 

 

 

 

Flower Still-Life
-
Oil on oak panel, 39 x 26 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

 

Flowers in a Vase with Shells and Insects
c. 1630
Oil on panel, 47 x 37 cm
National Gallery, London

 

 

 

 

Plate with Fruits and Shells
1630
Oil on panel, 46 x 60 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

 

 

 

 

Still-life with Dish of Fruit
-
Oil on wood
Staatliche Museen, Berlin

 

 

 

 

Still-Life with Flowers, Fruit, and Shells
c. 1640
Oil on panel, 134 x 140 cm
Mus�e de la Chartreuse, Douai

 

 

 

Still-Life
1625
Oil on oak panel, 41 x 28 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

Still-Life
-
Oil on panel, 46 x 66 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

Flower Still-Life
-
Oil on canvas, 129 x 102 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

Still-Life
1620s
Oil on oak panel, 26 x 36 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

Still-Life
1630s
Oil on panel, 16 x 18 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

 

Still-Life with a Basket of Flowers
after 1632
Oil on canvas, 42 x 62 cm
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

 

 

 

 

Still-Life with Plums, Cherries, and Shells
c. 1628
Pen and watercolor, 291 x 399 mm
British Museum, London

 

 

 

Still-Life
1618-20
Oil on panel, 39 x 52 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

Still-Life with Fruits, Shells and Insects
1620s
Oil on panel, 75 x 104 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

 

 

 

 

Still-Life
-
Oil on panel, 37 x 51 cm
Private collection

 

 

 

 

Vase of Flowers by a Window
1650-57
Oil on panel, 67 x 98 cm
Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie, Dessau

 

 

 

Lizard and Shell
1620s
Gouache, 313 x 202 mm
Institut N�erlandais, Paris

 

 

 

Tulip
1620s
Gouache, 313 x 202 mm
Institut N�erlandais, Paris

 

 

 

 

 

피터르 스텐비크

STEENWIJCK, Pieter
Dutch painter

(b. ca. 1615, Delft, d. ca. 1656, Delft)

 

Dutch painter,

son of a spectacle and lens maker who lived in Delft from 1590s to 1654,

brother of Harmen Steenwijck.

The brothers studied in Leiden with their uncle David Bailly,

Pieter studied there between c. 1633-1635.

 

He entered the guild in Leiden in 1642, the guild in The Hague 1654.

He shared a studio in Delft with his brother Harmen.

He was a genre and still-life painter.

He painted a vanitas still-life for admiral M.H. Tromp, now in the Lakenhal, Leiden.

 

Still-Life
-
Oil on canvas, 71 x 65 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

 

 

Vanitas Still-Life with Gorget and Cuirass
c. 1640
Graphite on vellum, 193 x 165 mm
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam

 

 

 

 

피터르 그뢰네베겐

GROENEWEGEN, Pieter Anthonisz. van
Dutch painter

(b. ca. 1600, Delft, d. 1658, Den Haag)

 

Dutch painter, specialised in landscapes.

He was influenced by his sojourn in Italy (1615-1623), having joined

the 'Bentveughel' circle there under the sobriquet "Lion" in the 1620's,

joining Bramer and Breenbergh there.

He is seen as follower of Breenbergh and Jacob Pynas.

 

He spent time in Delft (1626-1643)

where he entered the Guild in 1626, and The Hague (1657-1658).

Groenewegen was a wealthy burgher in Delft; in 1633 he lived in Het Gouden Hoofd

(The Golden Head) on Voldersgracht number 1, just behind the Fish Market.

 

His works appear frequently in Delft inventories; Vermeer's father dealt in his paintings.

He is possibly related to Pieter van Groenewegen II (1635-36-after 1665).

 

 

Landscape
1635-41
Black chalk on vellum, 110 x 155 m
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge

 

 

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