Portrait of a young woman with fur, Dutch school of the 17th century, entourage of Hendrick Bloemaert.
Hendrick Bloemaert (Utrecht, 1601-1672), eldest son of the painter Abraham Bloemaert, he assimilated both his father's mannerism and the Caravaggio lesson of Van Honthorst. After a stay in Rome, he settled in his hometown where he performed genre scenes, portraits, and religious subjects which were commissioned for clandestine Catholic churches.
The young woman in the fur hat, wrapped in a precious hood embroidered with gold, warms her hands to a small brazier. Her sumptuous clothes, the large pearl earring in the foreground suggest that it is a portrait of a young woman from a wealthy family. The girl is represented according to the diagram in the table "Allegorie de hiver", produced by Bloemaert in several versions.
Very good condition, first canvas. In a 17th century Salvator Rosa gilded and lacquered frame.
Canvas measurement cm 46 x 34
Frame cm 55 x 43
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