Men's portraits 17th century in art and painting

Men's portraits 17th century



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Portrait of Omer Talon :: Philippe de Champaigne
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of Omer Talon :: Philippe de Champaigne
Portrait of a Man :: Philippe de Champaigne
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of a Man :: Philippe de Champaigne
Portrait of a Gentleman :: Cornelius Janssens (Johnson) Ceulen
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of a Gentleman :: Cornelius Janssens (Johnson) Ceulen
Portrait of Sir Robert Southwell in a Brown Robe :: Godfrey Kneller
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of Sir Robert Southwell in a Brown Robe :: Godfrey Kneller
Portrait of Anthonie Charles de Liedekercke :: Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of Anthonie Charles de Liedekercke :: Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck
Portrait of Johan de la Faille :: Johannes Verkolje
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of Johan de la Faille :: Johannes Verkolje
Portrait Of Mr. Thomas Sydserff :: John Michael Wright
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait Of Mr. Thomas Sydserff :: John Michael Wright
Maximilian Emanuel, Prince Elector of Bavaria :: Joseph Vivien
men's portraits 17th century - Maximilian Emanuel, Prince Elector of Bavaria :: Joseph Vivien
Portrait of an Actor :: Domenico Feti
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of an Actor :: Domenico Feti
Portrait of Ernst Casimir :: Wybrand de Geest
men's portraits 17th century - Portrait of Ernst Casimir :: Wybrand de Geest
Amsterdam merchant and director of the Dutch West India Company
men's portraits 17th century - Amsterdam merchant and director of the Dutch West India Company
Abraham de Visscher (1605 67). Amsterdam merchant and director of the Dutch West India Company, 1650 1667
Lawyer and Accountant-General of Flushing
men's portraits 17th century - Lawyer and Accountant-General of Flushing
Portrait of Willem Pottey, Lawyer and Accountant-General of Flushing, 1686 – 1693






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User   User Rating: 389  June 20, 2018


Men in portraits of the 17th century are pompous and majestic. They are depicted in a way for to emphasize their status as much as possible, raise them, give importance. For this, different means are used - clothes, wigs, or simply the scale of the figure, as in the painting "Portrait of Anthony Charles de Liedekercke" by Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck.

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Paulus Hennekyn (1612 1672)
Jan de Hooghe (1608 1682), 1658
Oil on canvas, h 66.5cm x w 61cm
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands2

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Gerard van Kuijl (1604 1673)
Guilliaam van Bleyswijk (1621 1701), 1640 - 1660
Oil on canvas, h 79.5cm x w 63.5cm
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands3

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Attributed to Pieter Fransz. de Grebber (c.1600 1652/3)
An Oriental, 1640 1671
Oil on panel, h 109cm x w 78cm
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands4

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Johannes Verspronck (1601 1662)
Andries Stilte as a Standard Bearer, 1640
Oil on canvas, 104 x 78.5 cm
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., United States of America5


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