Ruisdael


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Ruis·dael

or Ruys·dael  (rīz′däl′, rīs′-, rous′-), Jacob van 1628?-1682.
Dutch landscape painter whose baroque works, such as Windmill at Wijk (c. 1665), depict the majesty of nature.

Ruisdael

(ˈriːzdɑːl; -deɪl; ˈraɪz-; Dutch ˈrœizdaːl) or

Ruysdael

n
(Biography) Jacob van (ˈjaːkɔp van). ?1628–82, Dutch landscape painter

Ruis•dael

(ˈrɔɪs dɑl, -deɪl, ˈraɪz-, ˈraɪs-)

n.
1. Jacob van, 1628?–82, Dutch painter.
2. his uncle, Salomon van, 1601?–70, Dutch painter.
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Their gift of 17 pictures includes work by Vermeer, Goya, Velazquez, Gainsborough, Steen, Ruisdael, Metsu, Murillo, Raeburn, and Hals (Figs.
Elmar Mammadyarov emphasized that in 1999, in accordance with a decree of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, National Leader Heydar Aliyev, collections of the art works of the Bremen museum by such famous artists as Rembrandt van Rijn, Albrecht Drer, Nicolas Poussin, Anthony van Dyck, Jacob van Ruisdael and others, were returned to Germany and he pointed out that there are also many buildings of architectural significance designed in the 19-20th centuries by German architects such as Nicolaus von der Nonne and Adolf Eichler that are still a part of the ambiance of the streets of Baku and other cities.
The incredibly prolific Jacob van Ruisdael (1628/9-1682), who trained in the landscape-producing city of Haarlem, moved to Amsterdam by 1657 and executed more than 30 winter scenes.
A lo que habria que sumar los analisis y comentarios del profesor Nadler no solo respecto a la pintura de Hals, sino tambien a algunos maestros flamencos del mismo periodo como Jacob Isaacksz van Ruisdael (1629-1682), Johannes Vespronck (1603-1662) o Jan Lievens (1607-1674), entre otros.
Born in London in 1945, Walford studied art history under Professor Hans Rookmaaker at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, before obtaining his PhD, on the 17th-century Dutch landscape painter Jacob van Ruisdael, from Cambridge.
Hague, the FriCk's Vermeen Rembrandt, and Hats: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis exhibition is also your last chance to see Johannes Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring on American soil (among other masterworks of the17th-century Dutch Golden Age by Frans Hals, Rembrandt, Jacob van Ruisdael and Jan Vermeer).
The presentation begins with works by Jan van Eyck, continues with paintings by Memling, Drer, Cranach, Bruegel, Jacob van Ruisdael, Frans Hals, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Dyck, and Rubens, and ends with the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir Thomas Lawrence.
It was at the "Art Treasures of the United Kingdom" exhibition, at Manchester (1837), that Hawthorne first encountered works by Teniers, Dou, Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt and Ruisdael (Scharf 45-76).
Even if the theme of winter has been superbly developed in Dutch paintings during the 17th century (van Suchtelen, 2001)--with Avercamp, van Guyen or van Ruisdael,--the Golden Age did not create winter landscapes.
Hals, Ruisdael, Cuyp, de Witte, van Goyen, Saenredam.
Dutch merchants smuggled goods into Japan wrapped in paper, sometimes bearing basic etchings of the Dutch landscape painting that had reached its zenith with Jacob van Ruisdael, Jan van Goyen, and Rembrandt van Rijn.
Por eso, mas alla de los dialogos --o francos debates-- que puntualmente establecio con este o aquel pintor (Rembrandt, el Verones, Poussin, Van Ruisdael, (5) Lorrain, el propio Wilson, o alguno de sus contemporaneos, como Constable), esta el hecho de que, por su agudo sentido de la tradicion, su obra sirve para pensar mas ampliamente en cuestiones que no solo lo atanen a el, sino a la historia del arte en general.