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AVERCAMP, Hendrick, A scene on the ice
 A scene on the ice   ca. 1610-1620 (1600-1634) Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 18.5 x 36 cm (7.3 x 14.2 in) cyf
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, A Scene on the Ice near a Town  f
 A Scene on the Ice near a Town f   Oil on canvas National Gallery, London
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, A Scene on the Ice near a Town fg
 A Scene on the Ice near a Town fg   c. 1615 Oil on wood, 58 x 89,8 cm National Gallery, London
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, A Scene on the Ice vf
 A Scene on the Ice vf   Watercolor, 190 x 310 mm Teylers Museum, Haarlem
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Fishermen by Moonlight
 Fishermen by Moonlight   1620s Pen and brush, 144 x 195 mm
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Ice Landscape  h4
 Ice Landscape h4   Oil on canvas Staatliches Museum, Schwerin
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Ice Scene
 Ice Scene   Oil on canvas
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Ice Scene  fff
 Ice Scene fff   Oil on canvas Mauritshuis, The Hague
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, River Landscape
 River Landscape   Pen drawing and watercolour on paper, 184 x 284 mm Musees Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels After an apprenticeship in Amsterdam with portrait and historical painter Pieter Isaacsz., Hendrick Avercamp began to specialise in painting winter landscapes. In composing these he drew on a large supply of sketches of individual figures drawn from life. These rapid sketches of people going about their daily activities and pastimes on the ice or in the open field also served for composing, back in the studio, more developed, coloured drawings such as this River Landscape. His lively pen, the bright colour contrasts and the spatial continuity between the foreground and middle ground provide this scene with a freshness characteristic of the innovative middle period of Avercamp's career. The drawing attracts us with its narrative and realistic style. It is also very ingeniously structured, as can be seen in the skilful positioning of the man on the shore in the left-hand foreground, and in the lively interaction between the wind-swelled sails of the smaller and larger ships. The fishermen look on motionless, revealing the sober, at times humorous but never mocking eye that Avercamp casts on his surroundings. The contours of the figures are drawn in pen and the intervening space is carefully filled in with water colour and bodycolour. Avercamp probably borrowed the use of aquarelle and gouache from Jan Brueghel the Elder and the Flemish emigrants living in Amsterdam, such as Hans Bol, Jacob Savery and David Vinckboons, whose works he had got to know during his apprenticeship with Pieter Isaacsz. Avercamp was one of the first Dutch draughtsmen who in the early 17th century developed this aquarelle technique specifically as a separate, independent art form. His pen drawings, illuminated with water colours, were so carefully finished and richly detailed that they were highly sought after by connoisseurs and art lovers. Indeed some were not, as was customary, kept in albums, but glued to panels and framed, and hung as a cheap alternative to paintings. Avercamp directed his efforts not only at the local art market in and around Kampen, but also and in particular at that of Amsterdam, where, according to contemporary documents, he was held in high renown. , Artist: AVERCAMP, Hendrick , River Landscape , 1601-1650 , Dutch , graphics , landscape
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, River Landscape ff
 River Landscape ff   Pen drawing and watercolour on paper, 184 x 284 mm Mus??es Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Skaters   bggbb
 Skaters bggbb   Oil on wood, 24 x 38 cm Pushkin Museum, Moscow
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter bvvbv
 Winter bvvbv   Oil on canvas Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Landscape  fff
 Winter Landscape fff   Oil on panel Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Landscape  ggg
 Winter Landscape ggg   Oil on canvas Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Landscape  jko5
 Winter Landscape jko5   1605-10 Oil on oak, 25 x 34 cm Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Landscape with Skaters  fff
 Winter Landscape with Skaters fff   Oil on wood, diameter: 30,5 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Scene at Yseleuiden (mk08)
 Winter Scene at Yseleuiden (mk08)   c.1613 Oil on panel, 47x73cm Geneva,Musee d'Art et d'Histoire
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Scene at Yselmuiden  hhh
 Winter Scene at Yselmuiden hhh   c. 1613 Oil on panel, 47 x 73 cm Mus??e d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva
AVERCAMP, Hendrick, Winter Scene on a Canal  ggg
 Winter Scene on a Canal ggg   Oil on wood Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio

AVERCAMP, Hendrick
Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1585-1634 1634). He was the first artist in the northern Netherlands to paint winter landscapes. Before him only a few Flemish artists, among them Pieter Bruegel I and his sons, and Jacob Grimmer, had made winter scenery the main subject of their work. Avercamp created a new genre of Dutch painting by combining the panoramic scope, bright colours and high vantage point of these Flemish models with an emphasis on anecdotal detail.

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