Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch


size(cm): 45x35
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Sale price£125 GBP

Description

Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch's painting, by artist Frans Hals, is a work that stands out for its unique artistic style and dynamic composition. With an original size of 88.1 x 69.5 cm, this work is one of the most interesting in the Hals collection.

Hals' artistic style is renowned for his ability to capture the essence of his subjects with loose, fast brushstrokes. In this work, Hals uses this technique to create a detailed image of Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch.

The composition of the painting is very interesting, as Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch is in a slightly inclined position, which gives it a sense of movement. In addition, the background of the painting is made up of a series of diagonal lines that create an effect of depth and movement.

The paint color is another highlight. Hals uses a rich and vibrant color palette, in shades of red, green and brown, to bring the figure of Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch to life.

The history of the painting is also fascinating. Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch was a leading 17th century Dutch politician and merchant, and this painting was commissioned by his family after his death as a tribute to his life and achievements.

Also, there are little-known aspects of the painting that make it even more interesting. For example, it is believed that Hals may have used a wet-on-wet painting technique to create the image, which would have allowed the colors to blend more naturally and realistically.

Overall, Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch's painting is a fascinating work that stands out for its unique artistic style, dynamic composition, vibrant color palette, and interesting history.

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