Salomon van Ruysdael River View with Church and Ferry
Visitabile tra Sala 12
Salomon van Ruysdael was a master at suggesting vast space in his landscapes. He used diagonal lines that disappear into the distance, which in this case include the bank alongside the water and the sky with windswept clouds.
Van Ruysdael – the uncle of the famous landscape painter Jacob van Ruisdael – did not depict an existing landscape. The church and the small castle in the distance came from his imagination. Nevertheless, the river view is as Dutch as can be.
Salomon van Ruysdael (Naarden 1600/1603 - 1670 Haarlem)
River View with Church and Ferry
Materiale e dettagli tecnici
106.5 x 75 cm
Signed and dated
middenonder, op de boot: SVRuysdael 1649 SVR ineen
David Sellar, London, 1885; Charles Sedelmeyer Gallery, Paris, 1889; Rodolphe Kann, Paris, 1907; Duveen Brothers Gallery, New York, Paris and London, 1907; Abraham Bredius, The Hague, 1911-1946 (on long-term loan to the Mauritshuis since 1912); bequest of Abraham Bredius, 1946
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