This eminent gentleman and Mr Merdle, seated diverse ways and with ruminating aspects on a yellow ottoman in the light of the fire, holding no verbal communication with each other, bore a strong general resemblance to the two cows in the Cuyp picture over against them.
When he had achieved this rush of vivacity and condescension, his Lordship composed himself into the picture after Cuyp, and made a third cow in the group.
One of Dordrecht's most renowned artists of the Dutch Golden Age is Aelbert Cuyp
, who influenced the likes of Thomas Gainsborough and J.M.W.
After a delicious lunch at Bazar restaurant, tucking into sharing platters of Middle Eastern and north African cuisine, we saved a little bit of space for a purely Dutch delicacy - poffertjes - at nearby Albert Cuyp
"If he is unfair to Cuyp
," Hersey writes, "we have to admit that he is right about Gaspar Dughet" (60), whose depictions of storm Ruskin describes as "massive concretions of ink and indigo, wrung and twisted very hard, apparently in a vain effort to get some moisture out of them" (3:396).
WHAT TO SEE: In the De Pijp area, don't miss the Albert Cuyp
market - held daily (except Sundays).
The disposal of the Colthurst pictures, 20 lots in all including other works accredited to Chardin, Cuyp
, Maratta and Carracci, was at the time standard procedure.
This problem is largely debated in his "Lectures about Landscape" (1897), where he classifies the schools of landscape and indicates their main representatives: heroic (Titiani, classical (Nicolo Poussin), pastoral (Aelbert Cuyp
) and contemplative (Turner) (Cook and Wadderburn, 1903: vol.
Other paintings included works by old Dutch masters such as Jacob Cuyp
, Impressionist Isaac Israels and Modernists like Wassily Kandinsky.
Linwood can hold her own alongside Cuyp
, Weenix, Van Alst or even Elmer!