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Alice I. Davies ALLART VAN EVERDINGEN - First Painter of Scandinavian Landscape Nunspeet, Aetas Aurea, Davaco., 2001.. Bound in cloth with dust jacket,. 2001. 4to. 312 pp. text and 467 plts. and ills. (14 in color). Cloth bound with dustjacket; aetas aurea xv This study of Allart van Everdingen (1621-1675) draws particular attention to his significant contribution to the history of art as the earliest painter of the landscape of Scandinavia. A native of Alkmaar, Everdingen started out painting marines in the Porcellis-de Vlieger tradition. His only known indigenous landscape from his first period is a dunescape in the style of his reputed teacher Pieter Molijn. In 1644 he traveled to Norway and Sweden where he made sketches of several identified sites. After his return to the Netherlands he specialized in Nordic scenes, characterized by craggy mountains and crashing waterfalls, quiet fjords or rivers, huge boulders, fir trees, and log cabins. Here, the influence of his second-named teacher Roelant Savery is discernible in the earliest works. These paintings were eagerly collected by his countrymen and emulated by other artists, most significantly by Holland's leading landscape painter Jacob van Ruisdael, who himself had no direct experience with the foreign subjects being portrayed. EUR 139.00 Verder winkelen In winkelwagen

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