Jan miel

Dutch Baroque Era Painter, ca.1599-1664 Flemish painter, active in Italy. Miel must have arrived in Rome in the early 1630s; he immediately came under the influence of Pieter van Laer (il Bamboccio) and the BAMBOCCIANTI. His earliest paintings of bambocciate (low-life scenes) are the Bowls Players (1633; Paris, Louvre) and its companion piece The Cobbler (Besan?on, Mus. B.-A. & Arch?ol.). Shortly after his arrival in Rome, Miel joined the Schildersbent, a confraternity of Netherlandish artists, and was given the nickname 'Bieco' ('threatening look'). His presence in Rome is documented from 1636 to 1658, when he moved to Turin and entered the service of Charles-Emanuel II, Duke of Savoy. Other early paintings that can be attributed to the 1630s include Halt at the Inn (Marseille, Mus. B.-A.) and Hunters' Rest (Warsaw, N. Mus.). Both are reworkings, in their subject-matter and composition, of contemporary paintings by van Laer, such as his Hunters Resting (Florence, Uffizi) and Halt at the Inn (Paris, Louvre).

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Jan miel A Charlatan oil painting


A Charlatan
Painting ID::  28399
Artist: Jan miel
Painting: A Charlatan
Introduction: mk60 Oil on canvas 23 1/2x29"
   
   
     

Jan miel Roman Carnival oil painting


Roman Carnival
Painting ID::  28725
Artist: Jan miel
Painting: Roman Carnival
Introduction: mk61 1653 Oil on canvas 68x50cm
   
   
     

Jan miel Roman Carnival oil painting


Roman Carnival
Painting ID::  28726
Artist: Jan miel
Painting: Roman Carnival
Introduction: mk61 1653 Oil on canvas 68x50cm
   
   
     

Jan miel Hunters at Rest oil painting


Hunters at Rest
Painting ID::  70606
Artist: Jan miel
Painting: Hunters at Rest
Introduction: Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Expression error: Missing operand for *51 ?? 74 cm
   
   
     

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     Dutch Baroque Era Painter, ca.1599-1664 Flemish painter, active in Italy. Miel must have arrived in Rome in the early 1630s; he immediately came under the influence of Pieter van Laer (il Bamboccio) and the BAMBOCCIANTI. His earliest paintings of bambocciate (low-life scenes) are the Bowls Players (1633; Paris, Louvre) and its companion piece The Cobbler (Besan?on, Mus. B.-A. & Arch?ol.). Shortly after his arrival in Rome, Miel joined the Schildersbent, a confraternity of Netherlandish artists, and was given the nickname 'Bieco' ('threatening look'). His presence in Rome is documented from 1636 to 1658, when he moved to Turin and entered the service of Charles-Emanuel II, Duke of Savoy. Other early paintings that can be attributed to the 1630s include Halt at the Inn (Marseille, Mus. B.-A.) and Hunters' Rest (Warsaw, N. Mus.). Both are reworkings, in their subject-matter and composition, of contemporary paintings by van Laer, such as his Hunters Resting (Florence, Uffizi) and Halt at the Inn (Paris, Louvre).