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Ter Borch

(Dutch tɛr ˈbɔrx) or


(Biography) Gerard (ˈxeːrɑrt). 1617–81, Dutch genre and portrait painter
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Ter Borch

or Ter•borch

(tərˈbɔrk, -ˈbɔrx)

also Ter•burg

(-ˈbɜrg, -ˈbʊərx)

Gerard, 1617–81, Dutch painter.
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On the wall in the same Cabinet it was combined with works by van Mieris, Rubens, Terborch (1617-81) and de Wit (1616-89), anchoring Watteau firmly in a Netherlandish tradition.
After a long wait--he had previously deferred to the prince over a commission that finally resulted in The Penny Wedding, finished in 1819--Stafford had only recently obtained The Breakfast Party, 1817 (Figure 2), a modest scene of comfortable middle class life that recalls Terborch or Metsu and was indicative of Wilkie's wavering interest in portraying peasant life.
Among them are Rembrandt van Rijn, Frans Hals, Jacob van Ruisdael, and Gerard Terborch.
The subject had been popular with aspiring Dutchwomen when they commissioned portraits from such painters as Gerard Terborch, since it advertised that they could write.
The role of artists in documenting and defining the notion of home as a private realm devoted to marriage, family and leisure pursuits springs to life with a collection of 17th-century paintings and domestic objects in the exhibit "Art and Home: Dutch Interiors in the Age of Rembrandt." Now on view at the Denver Art Museum, the exhibit includes 50 paintings by artists including Rembrandt van Rijn, Jan Steen, Gabriel Metsu, Pieter de Hooch, Gerard Terborch, Nicolaes Maes and Samuel van Hoogstraeten.
A new pictorial practice entered Holland through the art of Gerard Terborch, marking in effect a cultural decision to stop developing the group portrait as a genre.