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Bonaventura Peeters Grobes Seestuck oil painting


Grobes Seestuck
Painting ID::  82147
Bonaventura Peeters
Grobes Seestuck
Date by 1652(1652) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 50 x 85 cm (19.7 x 33.5 in) cjr

   
   
     

Bonaventura Peeters Dutch Ferry Boats in a Fresh Breeze oil painting


Dutch Ferry Boats in a Fresh Breeze
Painting ID::  83570
Bonaventura Peeters
Dutch Ferry Boats in a Fresh Breeze
1640s Medium Oil on oak panel Dimensions 33 x 38.2 x 6 cm (13 x 15 x 2.4 in) cyf

   
   
     

Bonaventura Peeters An Oriental Harbour oil painting


An Oriental Harbour
Painting ID::  88436
Bonaventura Peeters
An Oriental Harbour
between 1650(1650) and 1652(1652) Medium Oil on wood cyf

   
   
     

Bonaventura Peeters The Great Flood oil painting


The Great Flood
Painting ID::  90017
Bonaventura Peeters
The Great Flood
first half of 17th century Medium oil on oak panel Dimensions Height: 19 cm (7.5 in). Width: 34 cm (13.4 in). cyf

   
   
     

Bonaventura Peeters Storm on the Sea oil painting


Storm on the Sea
Painting ID::  90402
Bonaventura Peeters
Storm on the Sea
1632(1632) Medium oil on oak Dimensions Height: 58.5 cm (23 in). Width: 84.5 cm (33.3 in). cyf

   
   
     

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     Bonaventura Peeters
     (Antwerp, 23 July 1614 - Hoboken (Antwerp), 25 July 1652) was a Flemish Baroque painter who specialized in seascapes and shipwrecks, known as Zeekens (small seascapes). Peeters, brother of the seascape painters Jan Peeters I, Gillis Peeters, and Catharina Peeters, learned to paint from his father, who became a master in Antwerp's guild of St. Luke in 1607 - 1608, and his earlier works are related to the tonal phase of Dutch landscape painting. Later paintings, however, reflect the stronger colors of Italianate classicism. This shift follows the general changes in artistic style at the time. Like his brother Jan, dramatic shipwrecks with dark billowy clouds, form a significant part of his oeuvre, as do serene ports and "portraits" of ships.Also, while many of Peeters's paintings reflect actual locations, and he may have even travelled along the coast of Scandinavia, his many views of far-away Mediterranean and Middle Eastern ports reflect a growing taste for the exotic and are probably inspired from fantasy and from prints. This tradition developed simultaneously in Flemish painting and in Dutch Golden Age painting, with many artists, including Peeters, working in both Antwerp and in the Dutch Republic.

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