Offered by Galerie PhC
Dutch School of the 17th century attributed to Adrien Corneliz Beeldemaker (1625-1702)
Animated landscape of dogs and characters
Canvas 56 by 46
Superb old frame of 77 by 67
Adrien Corneliz Beeldemaker (1625-1702)
Born about 1625 in Rotterdam, died around 1702 in The Hague, he is a painter of figures, animals and animated landscapes,
We know his work well, but much less his life. He is a member of the guild of St. Luke in 1650.
His landscapes with figures of animals, dogs, foxes are very appreciated. He successfully deals with hunting subjects, dog packs and their Masters.
The table we propose is a very good example.
You can admire his works in many museums
Amsterdam: hunter with his dogs
Dunkirk: the learned dogs
The Hague: fox hunting
Leiden: the regents and the home of the plague victims
Vienna: goats and sheep