Hans Bol (1534-1593) ) - Dutch School
This famous painter was born in Mechelen (Flanders). After some travelling he settled in Antwerp but religious raisons forced him to go to Amsterdam.
He work was inspired by Brueghel. It seems he never travelled to Italy. His work is therefore perhaps very Flemish in style and more natural.
His paintings and drawings where very influential for the development of the landscape art
Flemish landscape with traveller left and castle right
Hans Bol inv.
A fine realistic landscape with no obvious theme.
A group of people is sitting down middle left and perhaps listening to a field preacher.
Watermark: Shield with an R
20 by 25,50 cm
Catcher and tilt-cart wading trough a river
Group peasants worshipping image of Isis on donkey
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