genre painter

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a painter of scenes from everyday life

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ABOUT THE PAINTING This month's Clip & Save Art Print, Boy Building a Castle of Cards, is an excellent example of why Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin is considered the preeminent genre painter of the 18th century.
The Blind Fiddler, The Village Politicians and The Rent Day were among the many paintings which established his reputation as a worthy successor to the much admired Dutch genre painters, such as Teniers.
The judges of the Academy conferred over Septimius Severus and Caracalla (1769) and admitted Greuze--but as a genre painter only
A touring exhibition celebrates the work of America's first important genre painter and the light he casts on the life, mores, and politics of his day.
The first half of the book is a transcription of interviews by Fabian with the painter Tshibumba Kanda Mutulu, described by Fabian as a Shaba genre painter.
His career as a genre painter had been destroyed by the policy of Frederick Leighton, PRA from 1878, who preferred large classical machines to genre scenes of English life.
Through his deliberate arrangement of form, color, and lighting, and his assimilation of the techniques of Northern Renaissance painting, Prior establishes himself as a contemporary genre painter.
Among the highlights of Master Paintings Week is A Nurse and a Child in the Foyer of an elegant Townhouse by Dutch genre painter Jacob Ochtervelt (1634-82; Fig.
Chardin quickly moved one rung up the ladder to become a genre painter, and although still not a prestigious title, he took the form to new heights.
Major figures like Turner and Constable are naturally given extended treatment, but a minor figure like William Collins (a friend of the genre painter David Wilkie, after whom he named his better known son, the novelist Wilkie Collins) is given thoughtful and sympathetic consideration - more sympathetic, perhaps, than the examples of his work shown here seem to justify.
Charles Robert Leslie was an Anglo-American genre painter who specialised in cabinet pictures on literary or historical themes, such as Sancho Panza in the Apartment of the Duchess (1843-44).
The shifting reputation of 17th-century Dutch genre painter Gabriel Metsu provides evidence of how an artist's popularity can experience swings of the pendulum.
Atmospheric, with loose brushwork and devoid of figures, they remind us that the artist was a distinguished painter of landscape and urban views; Tissot, on the other hand, was a genre painter and never painted pure landscape.
Ernest Meissonier was the epitome of the successful Salon genre painter.
Tenders are invited for The National Gallery Of Ireland, Dublin; The Muse Du Louvre, Paris; And The National Gallery Of Art, Washington Will Explore The Fascinating Network Of Relationships Among Dutch Genre Painters (1650 75) In A Thought-Provoking Exhibition Entitled Vermeer And The Masters Of Genre Painting: Inspiration And Rivalry (2017 18).