Jordaens


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Jordaens

(Flemish jɔrˈdaːns)
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(Biography) Jacob (ˈjaːkɔp). 1593–1678, Flemish painter, noted for his naturalistic depiction of peasant scenes
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[4.] Valk SD, de Groot NM, Szili-Torok T Van Belle YL, Res JC, Jordaens L.
Painted directly from life on to panel by Jacob Jordaens in around 1625, the portrait boasts bold, expressive brushstrokes and a painterly levity that is rare for a work of this period.
The Surreybrook Bell is from the SS Surreybrook, formerly the SS Jordaens, which ran aground in thick fog on September 23 1949 on the rocks of Freestone Point below the Spanish Battery.
Pedersen, S., van den Broek, K., Erdman, R., Jordaens, L., & Theuns, D.
Works such as a Bronze Oba head from the Benin Kingdom and Jacob Jordaens' 'The Good Samaritan' demonstrate the magnificence of royal courts around the world.
anceps is essential, due to their key role in nutrient cycling, functional link between primary producers and secondary consumers, parasite and disease transmission, and as model organisms (Dillon et al, 2011) for reproductive (e.g., Wethington and Dillon, 1993; Jordaens et al., 2007) and ecotoxicological studies (e.g., Bernot et al., 2005; Relyea, 2006; Bakry et al, 2011; Maredza and Naik, 2013; Basopo et al,, 2014).
In instances where the donor role has greater direct investment, one would expect to see reciprocal "sperm trading" instead, such as appears to be the case in several internally fertilizing gastropods (Leonard and Lukowiak, 1985; Anthes et al., 2005; Jordaens et al., 2005; Koene and Ter Maat, 2005; Facon et al., 2008).
The work in question is actually an early version of Meleager and Atalanta by Jacob Jordaens - one of the leading Flemish Baroque painters of the 17th century and a pupil of Peter Paul Rubens.