Jan Steen

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Dutch genre painter (1626-1679)


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It will be presented as part of the exhibition Pride and Persecution: Jan Steen's Old Testament Scenes, which runs from Friday October 27 to January 21 next year.
Jan Steen has divided this piece into eight distinctive, small vignettes--or plays--that are quite theatrical.
Inside the gallery you can see The Hague's most famous painting, Johannes Vermeer's Girl With A Pearl Earring as well as famous works by other Dutch artists such as Rembrandt, Frans Hals and Jan Steen. Admission: pounds 9.50 (under-18s free).
In 2004 the Douglas Pennant family sold The Burgomaster of Delft, by Jan Steen, which is two years older than the Rembrandt, to the Rijksmuseum for pounds 8.1m.
"Oom-pa-pa," traditionally little more than a location-setter, has all the bawdy, ribald excess of a Jan Steen painting of a tavern after a few too many.
The Rijksmuseum museum's collection includes major works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Jan Steen, Frans Hals and other masters from the Golden Age, attracting over a million visitors from all over the world.
In summary, Jan Steen's remarkable painting 'The Village School' (1670) is the oldest known depiction or description so far of the hyperactivity subtype of ADHD.
Therefore, these essays, all of which deal with the household paintings of Jan Steen, attempt to define the discursive significations of domesticity and woman in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic.
Artists included Jan Steen, Nicolaes Maes, and Rembrandt; these and other Dutch painters most often depicted Hagar sympathetically.
The show also has work by such artists as Jan Steen, Frans Hals, Jan van der Heyden, Pieter de Hooch and Jacob van Ruisdael.
Framed by 90 works from Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Jacob van Ruisdael, Jan Steen, and other artists of the 17th-century Golden Age of Dutch Art, the text takes the readers from descriptions of the artists and their world through their masterful renderings of life in the city, the countryside, the church, and the aristocracy.
The paintings span 400 years, with Jan Steen's charming image of skittle players outside an inn, dating from about 1660, resting easily alongside Megan Davies' ultra-contemporary image of two brothers playing on a Sony PlayStation.
THE Barber Institute in Birmingham is bringing art to life from 2pm tomorrow with a free event featuring artist and innkeeper Jan Steen. Artist Elizabeth Butterworth will also be at the gallery from noon to talk about her works in the gallery's The Parrot in Art exhibition.