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VOS, Cornelis de The Family of the Artist  jg oil painting


The Family of the Artist jg
Painting ID::  9667
VOS, Cornelis de
The Family of the Artist jg
1630-35 Oil on canvas, 144,5 x 203,5 cm Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent

   
   
     

VOS, Cornelis de Portrait of a Girl at the Age of 10 sdg oil painting


Portrait of a Girl at the Age of 10 sdg
Painting ID::  9669
VOS, Cornelis de
Portrait of a Girl at the Age of 10 sdg
Oil on canvas, 94 x 156,5 cm Galleria Sabauda, Turin

   
   
     

VOS, Cornelis de The Triumph of Bacchus wet oil painting


The Triumph of Bacchus wet
Painting ID::  9670
VOS, Cornelis de
The Triumph of Bacchus wet
Oil on canvas Museo del Prado, Madrid

   
   
     

VOS, Cornelis de Elisabeth (or Cornelia) Vekemans as a Young Girl re oil painting


Elisabeth (or Cornelia) Vekemans as a Young Girl re
Painting ID::  9671
VOS, Cornelis de
Elisabeth (or Cornelia) Vekemans as a Young Girl re
c. 1625 Oil on wood, 123 x 93,4 cm Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp

   
   
     

VOS, Cornelis de Family Portrait oil painting


Family Portrait
Painting ID::  64185
VOS, Cornelis de
Family Portrait
1631 Oil on panel, 165 x 135 cm Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp Portraiture was generally viewed as a slightly inferior branch of art, as it required less inventiveness on the part of the painter. The portraits of Cornelis De Vos, who was born in Hulst in the Northern Netherlands, but who was active in Antwerp, are amongst the most beautiful produced in the Southern Netherlands in the 17th century. The full-length, life-size subjects of his Family Portrait are executed in a truthful and intriguing manner. , Artist: VOS, Cornelis de , Family Portrait , 1601-1650 , Flemish , painting , portrait

   
   
     

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     VOS, Cornelis de
     Flemish painter (b. 1584/85, Hulst, d. 1651, Antwerpen) Flemish portrait and figure painter. He was a contemporary of Rubens, who sent many sitters to him. Although of the school of Rubens, Vos developed an individual style of portraiture in which cool grays predominate. His representations of children were particularly successful. An example of his many portraits is that of Abraham Grapheus (Antwerp). His brother, Paulus de Vos, c.1596 C1678, was an excellent painter of animals and hunting scenes. His paintings show the influence of his brother-in-law, Frans Snyders.

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