Joos van Craesbeeck

(c. 1605/06- c. 1660) was a Flemish painter who specialized in tavern interiors, tronies, and other works similar to his teacher Adriaen Brouwer. Born in Neerlinter (Flemish Brabant), he became a master in Antwerp's guild of St. Luke in 1633?C1634, and like his contemporaries David Teniers the Elder and David Rijckaert III he developed rustic genre scenes. He subsequently moved to Brussels, where he joined that city's painters' guild in 1651. Paintings such as Death is Violent and Fast are typical of his small, theatrical images of peasants brawling crowded with violent expressive figures. Unlike Teniers, whose style became more elegant, Craesbeeck continued to paint bawdy figures later in his career.

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Joos van Craesbeeck LE FUMEUR oil painting


LE FUMEUR
Painting ID::  71879
Artist: Joos van Craesbeeck
Painting: LE FUMEUR
Introduction: 17th century Oil on panel 41 x 32 cm (16.14 x 12.6 in)
   
   
     

Joos van Craesbeeck LE FUMEUR oil painting


LE FUMEUR
Painting ID::  73259
Artist: Joos van Craesbeeck
Painting: LE FUMEUR
Introduction: Date 17th century Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 41 X 32 cm (16.14 X 12.6 in) cyf
   
   
     

Joos van Craesbeeck Smokers oil painting


Smokers
Painting ID::  87497
Artist: Joos van Craesbeeck
Painting: Smokers
Introduction: Date from 1645(1645) until 1655(1655) Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 51.5 x 71 cm (20.3 x 28 in) cjr
   
   
     

Joos van Craesbeeck Smokers oil painting


Smokers
Painting ID::  92253
Artist: Joos van Craesbeeck
Painting: Smokers
Introduction: from 1645(1645) until 1655(1655) Medium oil on panel Dimensions 51.5 X 71 cm (20.3 X 28 in) cyf
   
   
     

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     (c. 1605/06- c. 1660) was a Flemish painter who specialized in tavern interiors, tronies, and other works similar to his teacher Adriaen Brouwer. Born in Neerlinter (Flemish Brabant), he became a master in Antwerp's guild of St. Luke in 1633?C1634, and like his contemporaries David Teniers the Elder and David Rijckaert III he developed rustic genre scenes. He subsequently moved to Brussels, where he joined that city's painters' guild in 1651. Paintings such as Death is Violent and Fast are typical of his small, theatrical images of peasants brawling crowded with violent expressive figures. Unlike Teniers, whose style became more elegant, Craesbeeck continued to paint bawdy figures later in his career.