A Young Woman in a Landscape

Dutch Painter Dutch

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Full-length portraits of less than royal sitters were exceptional in the Netherlands until Rubens and Van Dyck, and in Amsterdam Thomas de Keyser and Rembrandt, made them fashionable. This unassuming portrait of a woman in a quaintly underscaled landscape achieves a distinctive charm and intimacy.

A Young Woman in a Landscape, Dutch Painter (dated 1636), Oil on wood

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