Adriaen Brouwer

Drunken Peasants at an Inn

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Adriaen Brouwer
Drunken Peasants at an Inn

c. 1625-1626 No expuesto

Adriaen Brouwer came from Flanders and lived for a few years in the Northern Netherlands, where he introduced the genre of peasant painting. His caricatures of peasants and their churlish ways appealed to wealthy Dutch townspeople.

Nobody in this inn has remained sober, thanks to drink, tobacco and excitement. The woman in the foreground is the worst for wear, and has passed out and toppled off her stool.

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Adriaen Brouwer
Drunken Peasants at an Inn

c. 1625-1626 No expuesto

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Información general
Adriaen Brouwer (Oudenaarde 1605/1606 - 1638 Antwerp)
Drunken Peasants at an Inn
c. 1625-1626
painting
847
Material y detalles técnicos
oil
panel
26 x 18.6 cm
Inscripciones
op de ton/stoel: AB
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Adriaan Leonard van Heteren, The Hague, until 1800; his heir, jonkheer Adriaan Leonard van Heteren Gevers, 1800-1809; the entire collection Van Heteren Gevers bought by King Louis Napoleon for the Royal Museum, Amsterdam; on loan from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (inv. no. SK-A-64), since 1948