Oil on canvas
In this painting, attributed to Daniel van Heil, we can see people merrymaking on the ice. Several different activities can be distinguished, such as skating on the ice, sledding and dogs playing fetch. Van Heil’s characteristic naked trees are framing the scene.
Daniël van Heil was a Flemish painter, specialized in three types of landscapes: scenes with fire, landscapes with ruins and winter landscapes. Daniel van Heil’s winter landscapes were in the tradition of Brueghel the Elder, with a tendency towards pre-Romantic Impressionism. His winter views show the influence of the Ruisdaels as well as other artists such as Kerstiaen de Keuninck, especially in his early works.
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