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Bartholomeus Breenbergh

Bartholomeus Breenbergh Jesus guerissant un sourd-muet Jesus healing a deaf-mute oil painting on canvas
Jesus guerissant un sourd-muet Jesus healing a deaf-mute
Painting ID::  85733
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Bartholomeus Breenbergh Jesus guerissant un sourd-muet Jesus healing a deaf-mute oil painting on canvas



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  Bartholomeus Breenbergh
  (before 13 November 1598 - after 3 October 1657) was a Dutch painter born in Deventer. Breenbergh established himself in Amsterdam and then in 1619 went to Rome. There he lived and worked with the Flemish painter Frans van de Kasteele and was heavily influenced by another Fleming, the landscape painter Paul Bril. From 1623, however, he came completely under the spell of Italian landscapes by the somewhat older Cornelis van Poelenburgheindeed, the works of Breenbergh and van Poelenburgh are sometimes very difficult of tell apart. Breenbergh in his turn influenced the French painter Claude Lorrain. Breenbergh was one of the founders of the Bentvueghels, where he was nicknamed "het fret". In 1633 Breenbergh returned to Amsterdam, where he remained until his death, and where he made paintings and etchings of Italian buildings. There he was influenced by the pre-Rembrandtists such as Pieter Lastman and Nicolaes Moeyaert, but he placed their Biblical and mythological scenes in Italian landscapes.
  Jesus guerissant un sourd-muet Jesus healing a deaf-mute
  Oil on wood, 122 cm x 90 cm, Date 1635(1635) cjr

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