TERBORCH, Gerard

Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1617-1681 Dutch genre and portrait painter. He studied with his father and traveled throughout Europe, showing extraordinary precocity in his early work. In 1648 he attended the congress at Menster and painted portraits of the delegates that he incorporated in his celebrated group, The Peace of Menster (National Gall., London). Soon after, he was invited to Spain, where he worked for Philip IV. On returning to Holland in 1650 he painted a variety of genre scenes, capturing the individuality of each subject and portraying the life and customs of the wealthy burgher class with rare dignity and distinction. The tiny portraits and the interiors that were his specialty are painted with elegance, serenity, and a technique of consummate craftsmanship. Among his most famous pictures are Self-Portrait and The Toilet (The Hague), and The Guitar Lesson (National Gall., London).

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TERBORCH, Gerard Man Offering a Woman Coins oil painting


Man Offering a Woman Coins
Painting ID::  51998
Artist: TERBORCH, Gerard
Painting: Man Offering a Woman Coins
Introduction: 1662-63 Oil on canvas, 67 x 55 cm
   
   
     

TERBORCH, Gerard A Young Woman Playing a Theorbo to Two Men oil painting


A Young Woman Playing a Theorbo to Two Men
Painting ID::  51999
Artist: TERBORCH, Gerard
Painting: A Young Woman Playing a Theorbo to Two Men
Introduction: 1667-68 Oil on canvas, 68 x 58 cm
   
   
     

TERBORCH, Gerard parental admonition oil painting


parental admonition
Painting ID::  56084
Artist: TERBORCH, Gerard
Painting: parental admonition
Introduction: mk247 1654 to 55,oil on canvas,27.5x23.625 in,70x60 cm,staatliche museen zu berlin,germany
   
   
     

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     Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1617-1681 Dutch genre and portrait painter. He studied with his father and traveled throughout Europe, showing extraordinary precocity in his early work. In 1648 he attended the congress at Menster and painted portraits of the delegates that he incorporated in his celebrated group, The Peace of Menster (National Gall., London). Soon after, he was invited to Spain, where he worked for Philip IV. On returning to Holland in 1650 he painted a variety of genre scenes, capturing the individuality of each subject and portraying the life and customs of the wealthy burgher class with rare dignity and distinction. The tiny portraits and the interiors that were his specialty are painted with elegance, serenity, and a technique of consummate craftsmanship. Among his most famous pictures are Self-Portrait and The Toilet (The Hague), and The Guitar Lesson (National Gall., London).