Engraving - Signed on print - 17th century
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Woman in typical Dutch Costumes|
|Signature:||Signed on print|
|Artist:||4 x After Buytewech by Gillis Scheyndel (1595-1660|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||23x14.2|
Condition: In overall good condition, fresh white leaves, good black impressions, some spots mostly around the edges of the engravings, can use an bath, or if be restored, cleaned. One repaired tear down margin.
4 Portraits of various Dutch Woman wearing typical Dutch clothes
After Buytewech by Gillis or Aegidius van Scheyndel, or Scheijndel or Scheindel or Schendel (1595 (1594-1596) - December 24th 1660 (1653-1660)), was an engraver, draftsman and Dutch painter of the golden age.
Willem Pieterszoon Buytewech (1591/1592 – September 23, 1624) was a Dutch Golden Age painter, draughtsman and etcher. He is one of the early specialists in the merry company type of subject in Dutch genre painting. His contemporaries named him “Gheestige Willem” (Jolly or spirited William).
Buytewech was born and died in Rotterdam. He was the son of Pieter Jacobsz, a cobbler and candlemaker. He learned his trade in Haarlem, where he became a member of the artists' guild (Haarlem Guild of St. Luke) in 1612, together with Hercules Segers and Esaias van de Velde. Frans Hals, who was a member of this guild since 1610, had much influence on Buytenwech's work, as shown by the many drawings that the latter made after Hals's paintings. After his marriage on November 10, 1613 with Aeltje van Amerongen, of a patrician family, he returned to Rotterdam. There Hendrik Martenszoon Sorgh was one of his pupils.
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