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JORDAENS, Jacob Nymphs at the Fountain of Love oil painting


Nymphs at the Fountain of Love
Painting ID::  32364
JORDAENS, Jacob
Nymphs at the Fountain of Love
c. 1630 Oil on canvas backed by panel, 131 x127 cm

   
   
     

JORDAENS, Jacob Offering to Ceres, Goddess of Harvest oil painting


Offering to Ceres, Goddess of Harvest
Painting ID::  32365
JORDAENS, Jacob
Offering to Ceres, Goddess of Harvest
1618-20 Oil on canvas, 165 x 112 cm

   
   
     

JORDAENS, Jacob Prometheus Bound oil painting


Prometheus Bound
Painting ID::  32367
JORDAENS, Jacob
Prometheus Bound
c. 1640 Oil on canvas, 245 x 178 cm

   
   
     

JORDAENS, Jacob The Satyr and the Peasant oil painting


The Satyr and the Peasant
Painting ID::  32368
JORDAENS, Jacob
The Satyr and the Peasant
1620s Oil on canvas

   
   
     

JORDAENS, Jacob : The Satyr and the Peasant oil painting


: The Satyr and the Peasant
Painting ID::  43534
JORDAENS, Jacob
: The Satyr and the Peasant
1651-1700 1620s Oil on canvas

   
   
     

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     JORDAENS, Jacob
     Flemish painter (b. 1593, Antwerpen, d. 1678, Antwerpen). Flemish painter, tapestry designer and draughtsman. In the context of 17th-century Flemish art, he emerges as a somewhat complicated figure. His oeuvre, the fruit of a continual artistic development, is characterized by great stylistic versatility, to which the length of his career contributed. His religious, mythological and historical representations evolved from the rhetorical prolixity of the Baroque into a vernacular, sometimes almost caricatural, formal idiom. The lack of idealistic treatment in his work is undoubtedly the factor that most removed Jordaens's art from that of his great Flemish contemporaries Rubens and van Dyck. Jordaens's officially commissioned works included many paintings in which the sublimity of the subject-matter clashed with the vulgarity of some of his figures. Unlike Rubens and van Dyck, both of whom were knighted in the course of their careers, Jordaens was, in fact, completely ignored by the courts of Spain and Brussels

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