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Paul Bril Paesaggio oil painting


Paesaggio
Painting ID::  214
Paul Bril
Paesaggio


   
   
     

Paul Bril Stag Hunt (mk05) oil painting


Stag Hunt (mk05)
Painting ID::  20384
Paul Bril
Stag Hunt (mk05)
Canvas 41 1/4 x 54''(105 x 137 cm)in the collection of Louis XIV before 1683 INV

   
   
     

Paul Bril Self-Portrait oil painting


Self-Portrait
Painting ID::  26769
Paul Bril
Self-Portrait
mk52 c.1600 Oil on canvas 708x77.2cm Museum of Art,Rhode Island School of Design,Providence

   
   
     

Paul Bril Landscape with Psyche and Jupiter oil painting


Landscape with Psyche and Jupiter
Painting ID::  28102
Paul Bril
Landscape with Psyche and Jupiter
mk61 1610 Oil on canvas 93x128cm

   
   
     

Paul Bril An Extensive Landscape oil painting


An Extensive Landscape
Painting ID::  52610
Paul Bril
An Extensive Landscape
Oil on canvas, 67 x 90 cm

   
   
     

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     Paul Bril
     Flemish Baroque Era Painter, ca.1554-1626 Paul (1554-1626) and Mattheus (1550-1583) Brill (or Bril) were brothers, both born in Antwerp, who were landscape painters who worked in Rome after earning papal favor. They are also described as painters of capricci (whims or fancies) or vedute ideate or veduta di fantasia, with typical rustic hills with a few ruins. Mattheus began work on several frescoes in Rome from 1570 onwards, and his work includes the Vatican Seasons. Mattheus died young, and his brother continued his work around 1574. Paul painted frescoes such as the landscapes in the Casino Rospigliosi (Rome), and The Roman Forum, which showed this site for what it had become: a slum for squatters and pasture for livestock (so much so that the place was nicknamed Campo Vaccino, or The Cowfield). His masterpiece may be a fresco in the Clementine Hall of the Vatican. Paul also did engravings and small cabinet paintings on copper, some of which are signed with a pair of spectacles (a pun on the French word brilles, spectacles). Some of these were collaborations with Johann Rottenhammer, who according to a dealer letter of 1617 painted the figures in Venice and then sent the plates to Rome for Bril to complete the landscape. He collaborated with his friend Adam Elsheimer, who he both influenced and was influenced by, on one painting (now Chatsworth House)

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