Dirck van Delen

Dirck van Delen - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Dirck van Delen (c. 1605-1671) was a painter of the Dutch Golden Age.

Van Delen's work consists almost entirely of architectural paintings of imaginary palaces and church interiors. He also produced some intimate interiors with genre scenes.

After 1630 van Delen’s style became more exuberant and palace exteriors became his favourite subject. The fullness of the Antwerp Baroque style had by then taken a firm grasp of the artist. His palette also became brighter and lighter. The buildings he depicted became dominated by pink, white and black marble and were from then on decorated with an excess of sculpture. Around 1640 van Delen produced his most ambitious works, which were more sober in colour.

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A Family beside the Tomb of Prince William I in...

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The tomb of William of Orange became a much-visited attraction from the moment it was completed in 1621. People like this family – a father, mother and two sons, all dressed in restrained, decorous black – even had painters immortalize them standing next to the monument as evidence of their solidarity with the ‘Father of the Fatherland’. 1645,...
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A Seven-Part Decorative Sequence: A Gallery

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Part of a seven-part chamber painting in five pieces with images of an interior, two galleries and two outdoor scenes. This piece shows a gallery of a palace with ornamental architecture and statues. With (from left to right) Floris II van Pallandt, Count of Culemborg, Frederick V, King of Bohemia and Prince Maurits. 1630-1632, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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A Seven-Part Decorative Sequence: A Gallery (2)

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Part of a seven-part chamber painting in five pieces with images of an interior, two galleries and two outdoor scenes. This piece shows a gallery of a palace with ornamental architecture and columns. With (from left to right) portraits of Prince Frederick Henry, Amalia van Solms, the Frisian governor Ernst Casimir of Nassau-Dietz and his son Hendrik...
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A Seven-Part Decorative Sequence: An Interior

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Part of a seven-part chamber painting in five pieces with images of an interior, two galleries and two outdoor views. This piece shows an interior with different people and paintings and portraits on the wall. A gentleman is standing in the room. Among those present Elisabeth van de Palts and Lord Craven. 1630-1632, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Five Ladies in an Interior

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Attributed to Dirck van Delen. Interior with five women sitting or standing around a table. On the walls a few framed paintings and prints. In the foreground a dog, at right a clavichord. c. 1630 - c. 1652, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Iconoclasm in a Church

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A man on a ladder has placed a noose around the neck of a statue of a saint, while below three men stand ready to topple it from its socle. At the right a statue has been brutally hacked in half. In August 1566 fanatic Protestants destroyed altarpieces, statues and sacred vessels used for the Catholic Mass in countless churches throughout the Netherlands....
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