Joachim Beuckelaer

Joachim Beuckelaer - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Born in Antwerp, at first Joachim Beuckelaer (1533-1575) worked for his uncle Pieter Aertsen. It was at the latter’s workshop that he learned to paint market scenes and kitchen tableaux combined with biblical themes. In 1560, he set up as an independent painter in his hometown. Beuckelaer also painted staffage in work by other painters, inserting figures and other details in paintings by artists such as Anthonis Mor. Beuckelaer was poorly paid during his lifetime: the biographer Karel van Mander reports that Beuckelaer's paintings fetched low prices, yet after his death his works increased in value twelvefold.

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Joachim Beuckelaer

Marketplace, with the Flagellation

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Marketplace, with the Flagellation, the Ecce Homo and the Bearing of the Cross in the background, Joachim Bueckelaer (copy after). c. 1550-1590, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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The Well-stocked Kitchen

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The central theme of this painting is not the profuse display of vegetables, fruit, meat, poultry and pots and pans on offer by these kitchen maids. Instead it is Christ’s visit to Mary and Martha, which is depicted inconspicuously in the background. The contrast between the foreground and the background conceals the message of the painting: do not give...
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