David Teniers

David Teniers - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

David Teniers the Younger was a Flemish painter. He was born in Antwerp on December, 15 1610 and died in Brussels on April, 25 1690. He was probably trained by his father. David Teniers was the most famous 17th-century painter of peasant life.

In 1651 Teniers moved to Brussels where Archduke Leopold became his main employer. The archduke had assembled a famous collection of paintings, which became the nucleus of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. Teniers' picture gallery paintings were based on this collection.

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David Teniers

Guardroom

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c. 1641, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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David Teniers

Peasant Kermis

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c. 1665, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam The peasants in Teniers’ kermis (country festival) scenes usually behave impeccably. They eat and drink, dance to bagpipe music, or just stand around chatting. The only false note in this merry scene is caused by drink; the man in the left foreground can no longer stand on his legs. The colours are bright and cheerful, with...
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David Teniers

The Gamblers

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c. 1640, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Two middle-class men (plainly, yet neatly dressed) and an officer (identifiable by his elegant clothing and dagger) are absorbed in their game. Two peasants look on. The man standing at the left is just about to throw the dice. Games of chance, certainly when they involved money, were denounced from the pulpit. Yet here...
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