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TENIERS, David the Younger Apes in the Kitchen  fdh oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   9204
Apes in the Kitchen fdh
Oil on canvas transferred from wood, 36 x 50,5 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg


 

TENIERS, David the Younger Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his Gallery fyjg oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   9205
Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his Gallery fyjg
c. 1647 Oil on copper, 106 x 129 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid


 

TENIERS, David the Younger Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria in his Gallery fh oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   9206
Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria in his Gallery fh
1651 Oil on canvas, 96 x 129 cm Mus??es Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels


 

TENIERS, David the Younger The Gallery of Archduke Leopold in Brussels xgh oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   9207
The Gallery of Archduke Leopold in Brussels xgh
1639 Oil on canvas, 96 x 128 cm Staatsgalerie, Schleissheim


 

TENIERS, David the Younger The Gallery of Archduke Leopold in Brussels at oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   9208
The Gallery of Archduke Leopold in Brussels at
1640 Oil on canvas, 96 x 128 cm Staatsgalerie, Schleissheim


 

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     TENIERS, David the Younger
Flemish Baroque Era Painter, 1610-1690 a Flemish artist born in Antwerp, was the more celebrated son of David Teniers the Elder, almost ranking in celebrity with Rubens and Van Dyck. His son David Teniers III and his grandson David Teniers IV were also painters. His wife Anna nee, Anna Breughel was the daughter of Jan Brueghel the Elder and the granddaughter of Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Through his father, he was indirectly influenced by Elsheimer and by Rubens. The influence of Adriaen Brouwer can be traced to the outset of his career. There is no evidence, however, that either Rubens or Brouwer interfered in any way with Teniers's education, and Smith (Catalogue Raisonn) may be correct in supposing that the admiration which Brouwer's pictures at one time excited alone suggested to the younger artist his imitation of them. The only trace of personal relations having existed between Teniers and Rubens is the fact that the ward of the latter