|Statement||Peter C. Sutton.|
|Contributions||Hooch, Pieter de.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||80007667|
This beautiful book examines de Hooch's position in Dutch genre painting and the social and political context of his art in the United Netherlands. It also addresses the artist's favored themes -- in particular the virtue of domesticity -- and relates them to Dutch civilization, literature, and the history of the family in the Protestant republic/5(8). The book was the catalog for a major de Hooch exhibition in The illustrations are nearly all full-page, in color, and without exception of very high quality. The discussion of each work is on the facing page, so no flipping around to find the painting under review.5/5(2). A Woman Preparing Bread and Butter for a Boy was executed by the Dutch painter Pieter de Hooch () between and The J. Paul Getty Museum's canvas is one of the artist's many pictures depicting women and children engaged in daily activities/5. Wayne Franits is professor of fine arts at Syracuse University and a specialist in seventeenth-century Dutch art. He is the author of numerous publications, the most recent being Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting: Its Thematic and Stylistic by: 2.
A Woman Preparing Bread and Butter for a Boy was executed by the Dutch painter Pieter de Hooch () between and The J. Paul Getty Museum's canvas is . Pieter de Hooch. Written By: Pieter de Hooch, Hooch also spelled Hoogh or Hooghe, (baptized Dec. 20, , Rotterdam, Neth.—buried Ma , Amsterdam), Dutch genre painter of the Delft school, noted for his interior scenes and masterful use of light. De Hooch was a pupil of Claes Berchem at Haarlem. rows Pieter de Hooch:Complete Edition, by Peter C. Sutton, Phaidon Press, Oxford, Paintings: List of paintings, Two Soldiers and . Pieter De Hooch, - Dutch Painter. Undated but Copac shows it as Book - in Good card covers with an illustrated colour on lay to the front cover and with red lettering - some creasing to the edges and corners mainly top edge, some browning and .
This beautiful book examines de Hooch’s position in Dutch genre painting and the social and political context of his art in the United Netherlands. It also addresses the artist’s favored themes—in particular the virtue of domesticity—and relates them to Dutch civilization, literature, and the history of the family in the Protestant republic. Pieter de Hooch (Dutch: [ˈpitər də ɦoːx], also spelled "Hoogh" or "Hooghe"; 20 December (baptized) – 24 March (buried)) was a Dutch Golden Age painter famous for his genre works of quiet domestic scenes with an open doorway. He was a contemporary of Jan Vermeer in the Delft Guild of place: Rotterdam, Netherlands. Overview This beautiful book examines the art of Pieter de Hooch, one of the most famous andinnovative painters of Holland's Golden Age. It discusses de Hooch's position in Dutchgenre painting, his favorite themes and their cultural context, his artistic development, andhis approach to : D ur ing my adolescence, Pieter de Hooch was my favorite painter, and to this day if I were given the choice of any picture in the world’s galleries to own, I might very well choose his Woman Peeling Apples with a Small Child (ca. ) that now hangs in the Wallace Collection in London.. It was this painting that first provoked me to ask questions (strictly in the .