David Teniers (the Younger)
|Years of life:||1610 – 1690|
|Painting School:||Flemish School|
|Genre:||Landscape , Religious , Still-life , Mythology , Genre scenes|
Teniers is best known for his genre paintings depicting rough peasants, such as in Boors Carousing. After 1651 he detailed views of the painting galleries of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm (Regent of the Netherlands). Later work is weak.
David Teniers’s major works are The Kitchen, 1646 (St. Petersburg: Hermitage Museum); An Old Peasant Caresses a Kitchen Maid in the Stable, c. 1650 (London: National Gallery); Peasants Making Music, c. 1650 (Vienna: Liechtenstein Museum).
- Robert Cumming. Art: complete encyclopedia. – 512 p. – Moscow: Astrel, 2005.
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