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View additional info Oil on wood Netherlands, 17th century Allart van Everdingen (1621-1675) attributed - Dutch painter and etcher Exhibition label of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts on the back (1938) Overall dimensions, framed: 67 x 92.5 cm; wood panel: 61x 83 cm Provenance: German private collection Allart van Everdingen, the much-travelled Dutch landscape painter, has brought the northern mountainscape to the Dutch painting.
His dramatic landscapes with deep canyons and castles are clearly distinguishable from the landscapes of his contemporaries This atmospheric landscape scene was most certainly painted by the Dutch Allart van Everdingen (1621-1675).
At the lower margin, an approximately 7 cm broad stripe of the wooden panel was broken off, but has been reattached; the break line has been restored. Pencil notation on verso, "The haybarn with the movable roof. View additional info Everdingen (Allaert van) [Reynard the Fox], 1 plate, an assembly of animals and birds under a tree, engraving, 92 x 104mm., thread margins, but platemark shaved on left side, hinged into conservation mount, [B2.117. View additional info Everdingen, Allart van (1621 Alkmaar - 1675 Amsterdam) Kupferstich/Buetten.
An approximately 20 cm long fissure can also be seen in the upper right but has been touched up. [bg] View additional info Oil on canvas, relined Netherlands, 17th century Attributed to Allart van Everdingen (1621-1675) - Dutch painter and etcher Provenance: Private collection, Germany Carved wood frame Overall dimensions, framed: 66 x 54.5 cm The use of light, tonality and composition are typical for the Norwegian landscapes of Allart van Everdingen The present atmospheric painting is possibly the work of Allart van Everdingen. View additional info Everdingen, Alaert van Dut.1621-1685 Two Men Approaching A Faryyard. Dud 83." Trimmed just outside plate mark, mild full- width horizontal crease visible on verso, upper right tip missing, faint soiling in margins, old tape at top verso edge, now properly hinged & matted.
Between 16, Everdingen traveled to Norway and Sweden, and this trip deeply influenced his output.
Everdingen has painted several Norwegian landscapes - a subject that must have seemed exotic to his Dutch countrymen. Allart van Everdingen (1621-1675)Allart (Aldert) van Everdingen was a Dutch painter who studied with Roelant Savery in Utrecht and Pieter de Molijn in Haarlem.
The present work is closely based on other compositions. The paint surface is rather thin to the darker tones. His brother, Cesar van Everdingen (1606-1679), also worked as a painter of historical scenes and portraits. He also painted some marines, mainly in his early period.
It is to be compared with the Waterfall with a village in the Hermitage (Davies, op. Davies considers these latter paintings to be slightly earlier than the Landscape with a Waterfall of 1649 in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nýrnberg (Davies, op. Houbraken, in the Groote Schouburgh, states that he was, which can be safely accepted according to Davies, op. The finely executed painting and skillfully captured light, as well as the strong, sometimes somber colours make Everdingen's authorship highly possible. View additional info Everdingen, Allart van (1621 Alkmaar - 1675 Amsterdam) Kupferstich/Buetten. Everdingen was also a master of perspective depth, as it is visible in the present painting. The rocky mountains, the forests, the waterfalls and the sea surges of Scandinavia deeply influenced his output. = Hollstein 20 and 89, both the 3rd and final state. In 1645, Everdingen was admitted to the Haarlem Guild of St. Besides paintings, Everdingen was active as an etcher.