Michiel van Musscher

Michiel van Musscher - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Michiel van Musscher (1645-1705) was a Dutch painter. At the end of the 17th century Michiel van Musscher was the most successful portraitist in Amsterdam. Among his tutors were Gabriel Metsu and Adriaen van Ostade. Next to portraits of the Amsterdam regents Van Musscher also received commissions from foreign Monarchs like Tsar Peter the Great. Van Musscher’s portraits are painted in the tradition of Van Dyck and Van Mieris. His work distinguishes itself by a combination of a very meticulous and technically skilled way of reflecting details.

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Michiel van Musscher

Portrait of a young couple

€37.00
This portrait of a young couple, recently betrothed or married, is set in the grounds of an imposing country house with a deer park and extensive views across the surrounding countryside. With its lightness of touch and elegant colouring, this is typical of Michiel van Musscher's portraits. The landscape may possibly be the work of a different artist. 1679.
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Michiel van Musscher

Portrait of Maria Schaep

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Portrait of Maria Schaep, wife of Hendrick Bicker. Standing with her left arm leaning on a pedestal or railing. In the background a view of a landscape. 1682, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Portrait of Michiel Comans

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Portrait of Michiel Comans, calligrapher, etcher, painter and schoolmaster, with his third wife Elisabeth van der Mersche 1669, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Thomas Hees with his Nephews Jan and Andries...

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Thomas Hees served as a diplomat in Algiers, Tunis and Tripoli. Among other duties, he negotiated the purchase of the freedom of Dutch slaves and protested against the privateering of Dutch ships. Hees had himself portrayed in a relaxed pose, smoking, and surrounded by the treasures he had acquired in North Africa. An inscription on the back of this...
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