Ruysdael


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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.

Ruys·dael

 (rīz′däl′, rīs′-, rous′-), Jacob van
See Jacob van Ruisdael.
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Ruysdael

(ˈriːzdɑːl; -deɪl; ˈraɪz-; Dutch ˈrœizdaːl)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Ruisdael
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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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(32.) Riegl, 'Jacob van Ruysdael' [1902], in Riegl, Gesammelte Aufsatze, ed.
This sensibility can be seen reflected in, for instance, the landscape paintings by Jacob van Ruysdael. Calvin's caution towards religious images should be seen in the context of his time, in which sacred images, relics and spaces were prone to feed superstitious minds that ascribed miraculous powers to these entities.
Forest Solitude, based on Ruysdael's painting, radiates peace, which is vociferously interrupted by the hunters chasing their quarry.
"The Black Sea Economic Cooperation and Regional Security", Vedat Yucel and Salomon Ruysdael (eds.), New Trends in Turkish Foreign Affairs: Bridges and Boundaries, New York, Writers Club Press, 2002, p.149-171,
Johnny Van Haeften's annual winter exhibition focuses on works by Dutch and Flemish Old Master painters, including Ruysdael, Abel Grimmer, and Anthonie Verstraelen (1-23 December).
1651) by Salomon van Ruysdael can be read as descriptions of the Dutch countryside, but they also often reference technological innovations.
Riegl points to "Peace" and "Distance," but, in an essay on Jakob Van Ruysdael (1902), he returns to the former essay's main question to add a third element that is essential to the determination of Stimmung: the air or Luftraum.
DISPLAY Aelbert Cuyp's 'Cows In A Pasture' left, and Van Ruysdael's A River Landscape with Sailing Boats, right.
Other artists whose works are displayed at the exhibition include, Willem Claesz Heda, Pieter Jansz Saenredam, Jan Asselijn, Aert van der Neer, Salomon van Ruysdael and Judith Leyster.