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All Barent fabritius 's Paintings
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ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Self-Portrait as a Shepherd, Barent fabritius
 Self-Portrait as a Shepherd   mk52 1655 Oil on canvas 79x64cm Akademie der Bildenden Kunste,Vienna
The Expulsion of Hagar and Ishmael (mk33), Barent fabritius
 The Expulsion of Hagar and Ishmael (mk33)   Canvas 107.5x107.5cm
The Slaughtered Pig, Barent fabritius
 The Slaughtered Pig   1656(1656) Medium oil on canvas cyf
Woman with a Child in Swaddling Clothes (mk33), Barent fabritius
 Woman with a Child in Swaddling Clothes (mk33)   panel 25x21.5cm
Young Painter in his Studio, Barent fabritius
 Young Painter in his Studio   between 1655(1655) and 1660(1660) Medium oil on wood cyf

Barent fabritius
Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1624-1673 Painter and draughtsman, brother of Carel Fabritius. Like Carel, he was first taught painting by his father, also learnt carpentry and practised as an artisan in Midden-Beemster in 1641. He is documented in Amsterdam in 1643 and 1647, though it is not known if, like his brother, he was also a pupil of Rembrandt. Nevertheless, his style is similar to that of the Rembrandt school. He must have been trained in the second half of the 1640s. His work is reminiscent of the style of his brother, who clearly influenced and may also have instructed him. In 1652 Barent lived in Amsterdam and married Catharina Mussers in Midden-Beemster. In the following years he is documented alternately in Midden-Beemster and Amsterdam. He painted a group portrait of the town master builder, Willem Leenderstsz. van der Helm and his Family (1656; Amsterdam, Rijksmus.), in Leiden, and in 1660-61 he received further commissions for the Lutheran church in Leiden. From 1669 Barent lived with his family in Amsterdam, where he died at the age of 49. He was buried in the churchyard in Leiden that was usually reserved for the poorer inhabitants of Amsterdam.

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