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Reinier Nooms Caulking ships at the Bothuisje on the Y at Amsterdam oil painting


Caulking ships at the Bothuisje on the Y at Amsterdam
Painting ID::  92912
Reinier Nooms
Caulking ships at the Bothuisje on the Y at Amsterdam
between 1638(1638) and 1668(1668) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 49 X 64 cm (19.3 X 25.2 in) cjr

   
   
     

Reinier Nooms Ships in a bay. oil painting


Ships in a bay.
Painting ID::  92915
Reinier Nooms
Ships in a bay.
c. 1650-1664 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 57 X 81 cm (22.4 X 31.9 in) cjr

   
   
     

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     Reinier Nooms
     (c. 1623 - c. 1667), also known as Zeeman (Dutch for "sailor"), was a maritime painter known for his highly detailed paintings and etchings of ships. Nooms was born and died in Amsterdam. He started painting and drawing in his later years, following a rough, drunken life as a sailor. It is not known how he acquired his skill as an artist. His knowledge of ships is evident from his work: ships and foreign locations are depicted with high accuracy and in great detail, and served as an example to other artists of how to depict ships. A widely traveled artist, Nooms visited Paris, Venice and possibly Berlin, and also journeyed along the coast of North Africa. A favourite subject of his paintings were the Dutch victories in the Anglo-Dutch Wars. For instance, he painted the Amalia, the flagship of admiral Maarten Tromp, before the Battle of the Downs in 1639. This painting now hangs in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, UK. His painting of the Battle of Leghorn in 1653 is in the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. In the 1650s, Nooms made a series of etchings of ships and topographical views characterized by a high degree of detail and precision. These etchings served as an example to many artists. The 19th century French etcher Charles Meryon was highly influenced by Noom, whose etchings of Paris cityscapes inspired Meryon to his own series of Paris etchings. Meryon even dedicated some of this work to Nooms in poetic form.

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