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GOLTZIUS, Hendrick Without Ceres and Bacchus, Venus would Freeze xdg oil painting


Without Ceres and Bacchus, Venus would Freeze xdg
Painting ID::  6935
GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
Without Ceres and Bacchus, Venus would Freeze xdg
1599-1602 Mixed media on canvas Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia

   
   
     

GOLTZIUS, Hendrick Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert sdg oil painting


Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert sdg
Painting ID::  6936
GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert sdg
c. 1590 Engraving Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

   
   
     

GOLTZIUS, Hendrick Portrait of Sculptor Giambologna dg oil painting


Portrait of Sculptor Giambologna dg
Painting ID::  6937
GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
Portrait of Sculptor Giambologna dg
1591 Chalk, 370 x 300 mm Teylers Museum, Haarlem

   
   
     

GOLTZIUS, Hendrick Hercules and Cacus dg oil painting


Hercules and Cacus dg
Painting ID::  6938
GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
Hercules and Cacus dg
1613 Oil on panel, 207 x 142,5 cm Frans Halsmuseum, Haarlem

   
   
     

GOLTZIUS, Hendrick Mercury dg oil painting


Mercury dg
Painting ID::  6939
GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
Mercury dg
1611 Oil on panel, 214 x 120 cm Frans Halsmuseum, Haarlem

   
   
     

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     GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
     Dutch Baroque Era Painter and Engraver, 1558-1617 Dutch draughtsman, printmaker, print publisher and painter. He was an important artist of the transitional period between the late 16th century and the early 17th, when the conception of art in the northern Netherlands was gradually changing. Goltzius was initially an exponent of Mannerism, with its strong idealization of subject and form. Together with the other two well-known Dutch Mannerists, Karel van Mander I and Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem, he introduced the complex compositional schemes and exaggeratedly contorted figures of Bartholom?us Spranger to the northern Netherlands. These three artists are also supposed to have established an academy in Haarlem in the mid-1580s, but virtually nothing is known about this project. In 1590 Goltzius travelled to Italy, thereafter abandoning Spranger as a model and developing a late Renaissance style based on a broadly academic and classicizing approach. Later still, his art reflected the growing interest in naturalism that emerged in the northern Netherlands from c. 1600.

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