Frans Hals


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Dutch portrait and genre painter who endowed his portraits with vitality and humor (1580?-1666)

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Although her name and work were rediscovered, she was often dismissed as a female, second-rate Frans Hals.
A short walk from the welcoming Amrath Grand Hotel Frans Hals puts you on the two-bus journey to Keukenhof for the day.
During her stay she will visit the home of Rembrandt, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank house, Frans Hals Museum and St.
Works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals, Jan Steen and Pieter de Hooch are among those on display.
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He positions Descartes among the major presences of his time--not only Bacon, Hobbes, and Spinoza, but Cervantes, Shakespeare, Frans Hals, and Moliere as well--and suggests a kind of virtual conversation circulating among them.
Rather than simply painting in an all-over flamboyant style, as artists had been doing at least since Titian and Frans Hals, Sargent builds pictures with a brilliant balance between the uptight and the carefree.
JIM LEISHMAN, DUNFERMLINE FC LEGEND: as The Laughing Cavalier by Frans Hals (1624)
Laughing Corgilier - After Frans Hals," an oil painting by J.
Following his first foray into the Night Watch, Berger traces the development of group portraiture from the 1580s to the late 1660s, looking at images by Frans Hals and others of both military and charitable institutions, and commenting on their formal arrangements, the poses, gazes, and gestures of the sitters.
Lindley's Poppenhuis sculptures are all inspired by existing examples: the two half-scale pieces from the exhibition at Greenwich House Pottery are based upon the cabinet houses of Petronella Oortman in the Rijksmuseum and Sara Ploos Amstel in the Frans Hals Museum, respectively.
There are thirteen portraits by Frans Hals (only one of the standard or finish of the portrait known as The Laughing Cavalier in the Wallace Collection) and four by Nicolas Pickenoy.
The largest city in Flanders, the northern region of Belgium, Antwerp is also known for its beer, its fashion houses and other famous painters including Van Dyke and Frans Hals.
At the Art Institute, Motley indulged his admiration of the old masters, particularly Dutch painter Frans Hals, and was exposed to the work of other American artists (George Bellows, John Sloan, Randall Davey).