2 edition of Rachel Ruysch, 1664-1750 found in the catalog.
Rachel Ruysch, 1664-1750
|Statement||by M.H. Grant.|
|Contributions||Grant, Maurice Harold, 1872-|
|LC Classifications||ND653.R96 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||57041529|
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Rachel Ruysch, [M H Grant] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rachel Ruysch (June 3, — Amsterdam, Aug ) was a Dutch artist who specialized in still-life paintings of flowers, one of only three significant women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting, of whom Maria van Oosterwijk was also a flower painter, and Judith Leyster mainly not (the German botanic illustrator Maria Sybille Merian also moved to Amsterdam).
- Rachel Ruysch was born in The Hague, the daughter of the botanist, physician and anatomist, Frederik Ruysch. Her family settled in Amsterdam when she was young and she trained there with the still life painter Willem van Aelst, from Get this from a library.
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Rachel Ruysch (–), one of the most successful artists of this period, who is regarded as the greatest floral still-life painter of the Golden Age. Her prestigious career lasted a remarkable 70 years, and she sold work to an international circle of patrons.
Rachel Ruysch was successful for nearly 70 years as a specialist in flower paintings. Ruysch’s maternal grandfather, Pieter Post, was an important architect, and her father, Frederik Ruysch, an eminent scientist.
From him, she learned how to observe and record nature with great accuracy. At 15, she was apprenticed to the well-known Dutch. Rachel Ruysch – Dutch View all 19 artworks.
An Arrangement of Flowers by a Tree Trunk c Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Glasgow Museums. Flowers in a Terracotta Vase Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Glasgow Museums. Flowers. Rachel Ruysch. Dutch painter Rachel Ruysch (–) is regarded by many as the best female Dutch artist of the 17th and 18th centuries.
A student of artist Willem van Aelst, she mastered the genre of still life, specializing in flower command of technique, her sense of composition, and her use of colors added a compelling vibrancy to her still-life paintings.
- An important Dutch still life painter during the "Golden Age" of Dutch painting who achieved much fame and success during her lifetime. See 47 pins. Rachel Ruysch - by Colonel M. Grant. Of this edition, only five hundred copies have been printed, of which this is number RUYSCH Rachel - GRANT M.
Author: Rachel Ruysch Painted in: Framework: Oil on wood, 44x60 Located in: The Rembrandt Room Signed and dated Companion piece to. Portrait of Juriaen Pool II ), Rachel Ruysch () and their son Jan Willem Pool: 71 cm x cm: Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf Flowers in a glass vase, with pomegranates, on a marble balustrade: cm x cm: (Gall.
Palatina ) Palazzo Pitti: Florence Flowers, fruit, reptiles, and insects on the. RUYSCH, Rachel () Stilleven met bloemen op een marmeren tafelblad, details Oil on canvas, x cm Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Ed.
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We have provided the new, used, out-of-print, and antiquarian independent bookseller with a full ecommerce bookstore solution since Rachel Ruisch (niderl. Rachel Ruysch; June 3,The Hague - AugAmsterdam) - the master of flower still life in the Dutch golden era, the first woman accepted into the Artists Guild of The Hague.
Features of the artist Rachel Ruysh: For 65 years, wrote only flower still lifes. Understanding botany, she achieved amazing accuracy in the image of plants.
Rachel Ruysch Rachel Ruysch was born in to Frederik Ruysch and Maria Post. Frederik was a professor in Amsterdam and became famous as an anatomist and botanist. Maria was the daughter of Pieter Post a painter.
The connections of both of Rachel’s parents meant that there were often people in the house to inspire Rachel. Grant, M. Rachel Ruysch – Leigh-on-Sea,p.
30, no. The Treasure Houses of Great Britain—Five hundred Years of Private Patronage and Art Collecting. Rachel Ruysch, Amsterdam’s Pallas and Minerva of the Amsterdam IJ ‘When a work by Rachel Ruysch () appears on the art market, as still happens from time to time, it creates a sensation.’ This was the opening sentence in the January edition of.
Dutch, – followers Articles Featuring Rachel Ruysch. The Dutch Golden Age. Jan 16th, See all articles. Related Categories. Dutch and Flemish. Still Life. Flora. Chiaroscuro.
Food. Shadows. Tangled Forms. Painting +4 more. Buy. Buying from Galleries FAQ Buying from Auctions FAQ Consign with ality: Dutch. An interesting example of a life that was effected by, and devoted to the archiving of the flower craze was Rachel Ruysch () the 17th century Dutch flower painter.
Rachel Ruyschs' career straddled the 17th and 18th century, and her stunningly accurate floral pieces reflect the maturing, yet evolving art of floral still life painting. Rachel Ruysch, Rachel Ruysch was a Dutch flower painter who is known for her amazing detail and accuracy.
She was the first financially successful artist of her time period, the Baroque period. She was born into a wealthy family that included artists, architects and scientists. Rachel Ruysch – (bapt. The Hague, 3 June ; d Amsterdam, 12 Aug.
Dutch still-life painter, with van Huysum the most celebrated exponent of flower pieces in her period. View profile. Text Source: The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford University Press).
Dutch flower painter Rachel Ruysch (–) and German naturalist Maria Sibylla Merian (–) navigated these limitations in very distinct ways, nurturing long and successful careers despite all odds. Rachel Ruysch (North Netherlandish painter) - A Still Life With Devil's Trumpet, A Cactus, A Fig Branch, Honeysuckle And Other Flowers In A Blue Glass Vase Resting On A Ledge, s.d.
oil on canvas 18 5/8 x 15 3/4 in. ( x 40 cm.) signed lower right. I suspect the reason Rachel Ruysch has been relatively well known throughout her time and we have good records of her work today is to do with her subject matter of botany. Ruysch's father was a botanist and her grandfather an architect, a fairly ideal background if you want to grow up observing flowers and getting really good at scale sized.
A still life of a spray of cut flowers and a moth on a marble table, against a dark background. Rachel Ruysch (bapt ) was a Dutch painter who specialized in still-lifes of flowers and fruits, the majority signed, with dated examples from to At the age of 15 Ruysch became a pupil of Willem van Aelst until his death in – A.D.
Rachel Ruysch, a Dutch flower and fruit painter, born in Amsterdam. She married the portrait painter, Julian Pool inwas later received into the Guild a the Hague, and became court painter to the Elector in Düsseldorf. Her reputation as a flower painter was.
Ruysch was born in The Hague in Her parents Maria Post () and Dr Frederik Ruysch () had close ties with artistic and scientific communities, which afforded Ruysch many intellectual and economic advantages as a flower ality: Dutch.
Oil painting on canvas, Still Life with Fruit, Bird's Nest and Insects by Rachel Ruysch (), signed top left on plinth: Rachel Ruysch or Various fruits and flowers arranged on the floor, a stone plinth and tree trunk in the background.
Numerous insects, a. She states correctly that the only existing monograph on Ruysch (M. Grant, Rachel Ruysch –, Leigh-on-Sea, ) is hopelessly outdated and most inaccurate in its attributions.
6 U. Hoff, European Paintings before in the National Gallery of Victoria, 4th edn, Melbourne,p. Rachel Ruysch () is arguably the greatest of all women painters, and may be considered one of the greatest painters regardless of gender.
Her father was a professor of botany and she apprenticed under van Aelst when she was Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, –) Artworks Biography Artworks for Sale & Auction Results. Availability For Sale (0) × artnet Auctions (0 Nationality: Dutch. Rachel Ruysch (The Hague – Amsterdam) “A still life of flowers on a table ledge” oil on panel 32 x 25 cm Sold to a Trustee of the National Gallery of Art of.
Rachel Ruysch still-life painter from the Northern Netherlands who specialised in flowers Plenty of Plants - Joanna Stoga fotograf. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Creator Name: Ruysch, Rachel Creator Nationality: European; Dutch Creator Dates/Places: Creator Name-CRT: Rachel Ruysch Title: Flowers in a Glass Vase View: Full View Creation Start Date: Creation End Date: Creation Date: Object Type: Paintings Materials and Techniques: oil on canvas Dimensions: 83 x 66 cm.
Rachel Ruysch (–) Alternative names: Rachel Ruijsch; Rachel Pool: Description: Dutch botanical illustrator, painter and draughtswoman: Date of birth/death: 3 June 12 August Location of birth/death: The Hague: Amsterdam: Work location: The Hague, Amsterdam (), Düsseldorf: Authority control.
Still Life of Flowers in a Glass Vase looks like a real-life bouquet when in fact it is a clever fiction. It depicts flowers that bloom in different seasons and other impossibilities, such as the morning glories, which only bloom on the vine.
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The ARC is the foremost and only vetting service for realist art. I have studied some Dutch Golden Age painters in the past, and Rachel Ruysch () was one of my favourite painters. She painted very well, but she also had ten children. It bemuses me how one can paint so exquisitely and have ten children (therefore a minimum of ten pregnancies).
Basket of Flowers () Uffizi. By Rachel Ruysch one of the best still life painters. Rachel Ruysch () The greatest of all female Dutch Realist artists, Rachel Ruysch specialised in flowers pictures and still life painting, in the tradition of other women artists of the Dutch Golden Age such as Judith Leyster (), Maria van Oosterwijk (), and Maria Sybille Merian (Rachel Ruysch () Whereas the masterworks created by women in painting’s past have often been left undiscovered, Rachel Ruysch achieved international fame in her own lifetime over a very long career specialising in flower paintings full of the vibrancy of colour and delicate interplay of light and darkness we have come to expect from.askART, an artist directory with millions of worldwide artists' paintings and art - Auction records and results, artwork prices, valuations, signatures, images and artist biographies.