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Joachim Beuckelaer Market Woman with Fruits, Vegetables and Poultry oil painting


Market Woman with Fruits, Vegetables and Poultry
Painting ID::  70
Joachim Beuckelaer
Market Woman with Fruits, Vegetables and Poultry
1564 Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Kassel

   
   
     

Joachim Beuckelaer Market Woman with Fruit,Vegetables and Poultry (mk14) oil painting


Market Woman with Fruit,Vegetables and Poultry (mk14)
Painting ID::  21967
Joachim Beuckelaer
Market Woman with Fruit,Vegetables and Poultry (mk14)
1564 Oil on oakwood,118 x 170.5 cm Schlo Wilhelmshohe,Staatliche Kunstsammlungen,Kassel

   
   
     

Joachim Beuckelaer Slaughtered Pig (mk14) oil painting


Slaughtered Pig (mk14)
Painting ID::  21977
Joachim Beuckelaer
Slaughtered Pig (mk14)
1563 Oil on oakwood,114 x 83 cm Wallraf-Richartz-Museum,Cologne

   
   
     

Joachim Beuckelaer Pilate Shows Jesus to the People oil painting


Pilate Shows Jesus to the People
Painting ID::  28970
Joachim Beuckelaer
Pilate Shows Jesus to the People
mk65 Oil on panel 43 5/16x55 1/8in Uffizi.

   
   
     

Joachim Beuckelaer A Village Celebration oil painting


A Village Celebration
Painting ID::  29357
Joachim Beuckelaer
A Village Celebration
mk65 1563 Oil on canvas transferred from panel 44x64"

   
   
     

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     Joachim Beuckelaer
     1535-1574 Flemish Joachim Beuckelaer Galleries b Antwerp, c. 1534; dAntwerp, c. 1574). Flemish painter. He came from an Antwerp family of obscure painters and seems to have spent his entire life there. He trained in the studio of Pieter Aertsen, who in 1542 had married Beuckelaers aunt; he became an independent master and also married in 1560. His earliest known work dates from that year, and his development can be followed closely to 1570. The example of Beuckelaers master remained decisive throughout his career. Not only did he take over Aertsens new repertory of secular subjects, he also completely adopted his stylistic idiom and manner of painting, so that it can be difficult to distinguish the two hands. Beuckelaer was, however, by no means a slavish imitator, and as regards execution he fully bears comparison with Aertsen.

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