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Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles - Paul de Vos (attribued to) 1596-1678
Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles - Paul de Vos (attribued to) 1596-1678  - Paintings & Drawings Style Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles - Paul de Vos (attribued to) 1596-1678  -
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5 800 €
Period :
17th century
Artist :
Paul de vos
Medium :
Oil on Wood
Dimensions :
L. 25.2 inch X H. 17.13 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles - Paul de Vos (attribued to) 1596-1678 17th century - Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles - Paul de Vos (attribued to) 1596-1678
Galerie Éric Beaumont

Old Master painting


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Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles - Paul de Vos (attribued to) 1596-1678

Paul de Vos (attributed to)
Hulst, around 1596 - June 30, 1678 in Antwerp
"Rapacious attacker of the Volatiles."
Flemish School of the 17th century
Oil on wood 43.5 cm x 64 cm



Paul De Vos was born in Hulst near Antwerp. Like his older brother Cornelis and younger brother Jan, he studied with a little-known painter David Remeeus (1559-1626). He specializes in monumental animal scenes, especially hunting, as a result of commissions from aristocratic patrons, who are heavily influenced by Frans Snyders (with whom his sister Margaretha was married). De Vos became a master and joined the guild of Saint-Luc in 1620. A painter of hunting scenes, animals, still lifes, Paul de Vos uses warm colors dominated by gilded green, ocher and vermilion.

Galerie Éric Beaumont

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17th Century Oil Painting