Maarten van Heemskerck

Maaerten Van Heemskerck - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Dutch painter (Heemskerk, near Haarlem, 1498 - 1574 Haarlem).

Maaerten Van Heemskerck worked from 1527 to 1529 in the workshop of Jan van Scorel in Haarlem: Scorel's influence is particularly visible in the two portraits: Pieter Bicker Gerritsz, alderman of Amsterdam and Anna Codde at the wheel. Many of his early works have long been attributed to Scorel.

Maaerten Van Heemskerck was one of the first to introduce Italianism, especially the art of Michelangelo, in the Northern Netherlands.

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Anna Codde at the spinning wheel

€37.00
c. 1538-1540, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam A man is working on his accounts, while a woman is seated at a spinning wheel. This pair of portraits was probably painted for the couple’s engagement or wedding. He is portrayed as a prudent merchant, she as a diligent housewife. These are two of the earliest portraits of Dutch citizens.
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Pieter Gerritsz Bicker

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c. 1538-1540, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam A man is working on his accounts, while a woman is seated at a spinning wheel. This pair of portraits was probably painted for the couple’s engagement or wedding. He is portrayed as a prudent merchant, she as a diligent housewife. These are two of the earliest portraits of Dutch citizens.
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Portrait of a young scholar

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Attributed to Jan van Scorel (1495–1552) or Attributed to Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574).
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Portrait of the Donor Matelief Dammasz

€37.00
1564, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Left wing of a triptych with the portrait of the founder Matelief Dammasz and St. Paul (front) and Sibylla Erythraea (back)
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