Quiringh van Brekelenkam

Quiringh van Brekelenkam - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Quiringh van Brekelenkam (c. 1622, Zwammerdam - c. 1669, Leiden) was a Dutch Baroque genre painter. He probably trained in Leiden, possibly under Gerrit Dou. In 1648, with several other painters, he founded the Guild of St Luke in Leiden. He married for the first time in 1648 and again in 1656, a year after his first wife's death. About 1656 Brekelenkam apparently acquired a license to sell beer and brandy, perhaps because his income as a painter was insufficient to support his large family (six children from his first marriage and three from his second).

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Family Group in an Interior

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Attributed to Quiringh Gerritsz. van Brekelenkam, about 1658-1660, The J. Paul Getty Museum
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Interior with an Angler and a Man Sitting at a...

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Both figures are old men with white beards. The fisherman has a chat with the spinner who has just taken a sip from a stone jar. On the floor are two skeins of wool. 1663, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
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Reading Aloud

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Interior which a man hunched over reading from a small book. He sits at a table to which a young woman was busy with lace. She laughs at the man and holds a glass of wine in her hand. From the ceiling hangs a birdcage, against the wall a chart of sticks. 1650-1668, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
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The Chimney Corner

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Interior with two old men sitting by the fire. One has a jug in his hand, the other lights his pipe with a brazier. 1664, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
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The confidential chat

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Interior with three women. An old woman with a basket and a glass in hand tells the latest gossip to a young seated woman, the housewife. A standing servant listens. On the wall hangs a map. 1661, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
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The fishwife

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A young woman with a pail counts money for fish that she buys at a stall. Flatfish and salmon steaks are offered for sale at the stall. 1650 - 1670, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
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The lease payment

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Two farmers in an office to pay taxes or rent in kind. The clerk sitting at his desk, turns towards the visitors. Against the wall, cabinets with acts and books. One of the farmers has a chicken with him, the other is leaning on his cane. Attributed to Quiringh Gerritsz. van Brekelenkam, 1660 - 1668, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
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The mousetrap

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Two children with a mousetrap where a mouse is caught. 1660, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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The Tailor’s Workshop

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Tourists visiting the Netherlands during the 17th century marvelled at the many paintings hanging in the homes of even the humblest of craftsmen. Quiringh van Brekelenkam here depicts the shop of a tailor, who is at work with two apprentices seated on a kind of raised platform. Hanging above them is a contemporary river landscape in a black frame. 1661,...
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