Adriaen Brouwer

A Fat Man

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Adriaen Brouwer
A Fat Man

c. 1634-1637 Expuesto en Sala 4

Adriaen Brouwer often portrayed peasants as drunkards and hoodlums. And this slovenly man with his hand in his half-opened jerkin certainly does not look at his best. In the background, you can just make out a dune landscape and a couple walking on the left. Brouwer applied the paint very thinly with smooth, accurate brushstrokes.

Brouwer came from Antwerp, but also worked in Haarlem and Amsterdam for a while. His comical scenes influenced Dutch painters of everyday life.

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Adriaen Brouwer
A Fat Man

c. 1634-1637 Expuesto en Sala 4

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Información general
Adriaen Brouwer (Oudenaarde 1605/1606 - 1638 Antwerp)
A Fat Man
c. 1634-1637
painting
607
Sala 4
Material y detalles técnicos
oil
panel
16.1 x 22.9 cm

Origen

Probably Lapeyrière sale, Paris, 14 April 1817 (Lugt 9098), no. 16 (for 150 francs to Alexis-Nicolas Perignon); Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell Gallery, London; purchased, 1897 (for 1,700 guilders by Abraham Bredius, from whom bought by the Mauritshuis that same year)