Adriaen van ostade

Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1610-1685 Painter, draughtsman and etcher. According to Houbraken's rather unreliable biography, he was a pupil concurrently with Adriaen Brouwer of Frans Hals in Haarlem. Hals influenced him very little, whereas Brouwer, who was described as 'known far and wide' as early as 1627, had a decisive influence on the evolution of Adriaen van Ostade's always idiosyncratic portrayal of peasant life. The first documentary mention of Adriaen van Ostade as a painter is in 1632 (Schnackenburg, 1970). Most of his paintings are signed and dated, the earliest firmly dated example being the Peasants Playing Cards

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Adriaen van ostade The Painter in his Studio oil painting


The Painter in his Studio
Painting ID::  26851
Artist: Adriaen van ostade
Painting: The Painter in his Studio
Introduction: mk52 1663 Oil on wood 38x35.5cm Gemaldegalerie,Dresden
   
   
     

Adriaen van ostade A Peasant Couple in an  interior oil painting


A Peasant Couple in an interior
Painting ID::  27340
Artist: Adriaen van ostade
Painting: A Peasant Couple in an interior
Introduction: mk56 oil on panel
   
   
     

Adriaen van ostade Sight oil painting


Sight
Painting ID::  28332
Artist: Adriaen van ostade
Painting: Sight
Introduction: mk60 Oil on panel 8x10"
   
   
     

Adriaen van ostade An Old Woman oil painting


An Old Woman
Painting ID::  28495
Artist: Adriaen van ostade
Painting: An Old Woman
Introduction: mk60 1646 Oil on panel 10x8"
   
   
     

Adriaen van ostade Interior with Peasants oil painting


Interior with Peasants
Painting ID::  40505
Artist: Adriaen van ostade
Painting: Interior with Peasants
Introduction: mk156 1663 Oil on panel 34x40cm
   
   
     

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     Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1610-1685 Painter, draughtsman and etcher. According to Houbraken's rather unreliable biography, he was a pupil concurrently with Adriaen Brouwer of Frans Hals in Haarlem. Hals influenced him very little, whereas Brouwer, who was described as 'known far and wide' as early as 1627, had a decisive influence on the evolution of Adriaen van Ostade's always idiosyncratic portrayal of peasant life. The first documentary mention of Adriaen van Ostade as a painter is in 1632 (Schnackenburg, 1970). Most of his paintings are signed and dated, the earliest firmly dated example being the Peasants Playing Cards