Rare Collection of the Dutch Masters works of Nicolaes Berchem’s “Animalia”

 

    

 

 

 

 

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     Rare Collection of the Dutch Masters works of Nicolaes Berchem’s “Animalia”

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    Candlewood Yankee  Fine Arts 

 

 

Rare collection of the Dutch Masters works of Nicolaes Berchem’s “Animalia”, now offered at  Candlewood Yankee  Fine Arts . The gallery is pleased to offer a new insight into the Gold Age of Dutch Art , Master’s works in the studies of Animals ,

 

 

Nicolaes Berchem’s “Animalia”( studies of Animals ) ranks among some of the finest etched works specializing in the genre of animals of the period . 

   The artist’s etched works  ranks among one of the finest of the Dutch Golden Age, during which realistic landscape painting flourished, Berchem made these series of etchings to hone his skills in rendering animals. Nicolaes Berchem (1620—1683) was a painter of the Dutch Golden Age known for his pastoral landscapes. After studying with Cornelis van Poelenburgh and Jan van Goyen, well-known Dutch landscape painters, Berchem adopted a classicizing style which he applied to the Italian countryside, producing evocative, sun-bathed scenes which found great popularity in Holland.

 

 In addition to producing hundreds of his own paintings, the artist also often painted human and animal figures into the works of other Dutch artists. These etching demonstrates the skill and talent of this Golden Age of Art , that were pioneers of Print Making .

 

 The collection may be see at ;

http://stores.ebay.com/Candlewood-Yankee-Fine-Arts/_i.html?_nkw=+Berchem&submit=Search&_sid=645563163

James Stow & Anthony Yau

Candlewood Yankee Fine Arts

 

 
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