Juriaen van Streeck

(1632 - 1687) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of still lifes. According to Houbraken, he was good at all sorts of still life subjects, including helmets, books, letters, musical instruments, and skulls or dead animals to indicate the transcience of life. He was a follower of Willem Kalf and influenced Barend van der Meer.Houbraken also wrote an entry for his son Hendrick van Streeck, who became a student of Emanuel de Witte and painted church interiors.

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Juriaen van Streeck Stilleben (Vanitas) oil painting


Stilleben (Vanitas)
Painting ID::  66591
Artist: Juriaen van Streeck
Painting: Stilleben (Vanitas)
Introduction: c. 1670 Oil on canvas 98 ?? 84 cm
   
   
     

Juriaen van Streeck Still life with peaches and a lemon oil painting


Still life with peaches and a lemon
Painting ID::  66594
Artist: Juriaen van Streeck
Painting: Still life with peaches and a lemon
Introduction: 90,5 ?? 80 cm 1636
   
   
     

Juriaen van Streeck Stilleben (Vanitas) oil painting


Stilleben (Vanitas)
Painting ID::  71945
Artist: Juriaen van Streeck
Painting: Stilleben (Vanitas)
Introduction: c. 1670 Oil on canvas 98 X 84 cm
   
   
     

Juriaen van Streeck Still-life with peaches and a lemon oil painting


Still-life with peaches and a lemon
Painting ID::  73285
Artist: Juriaen van Streeck
Painting: Still-life with peaches and a lemon
Introduction: Still-life with peaches and a lemon 1636 90,5 X 80 cm cjr
   
   
     

Juriaen van Streeck Stilleben oil painting


Stilleben
Painting ID::  73360
Artist: Juriaen van Streeck
Painting: Stilleben
Introduction: Date Deutsch: um 1670 English: c. 1670 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 98 X 84 cm cyf
   
   
     

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     (1632 - 1687) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of still lifes. According to Houbraken, he was good at all sorts of still life subjects, including helmets, books, letters, musical instruments, and skulls or dead animals to indicate the transcience of life. He was a follower of Willem Kalf and influenced Barend van der Meer.Houbraken also wrote an entry for his son Hendrick van Streeck, who became a student of Emanuel de Witte and painted church interiors.