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AVERCAMP, Hendrick
Fishermen by Moonlight
1620s Pen and brush, 144 x 195 mm
ID: 44025

AVERCAMP, Hendrick Fishermen by Moonlight
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AVERCAMP, Hendrick

Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1585-1634 1634). He was the first artist in the northern Netherlands to paint winter landscapes. Before him only a few Flemish artists, among them Pieter Bruegel I and his sons, and Jacob Grimmer, had made winter scenery the main subject of their work. Avercamp created a new genre of Dutch painting by combining the panoramic scope, bright colours and high vantage point of these Flemish models with an emphasis on anecdotal detail.  Related Paintings of AVERCAMP, Hendrick :. | Winter Scene on a Canal ggg | A scene on the ice | Winter Landscape with Skaters fff | A Scene on the Ice near a Town fg | Skaters bggbb |
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