Tavern Interior Painting Dutch Manner After Teniers
Tavern Interior Painting Dutch Manner After Teniers
Tavern Interior Painting Dutch Manner After Teniers
Tavern Interior Painting Dutch Manner After Teniers


Tavern Interior Painting Dutch Manner After Teniers

1700 to 1800 European

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A large oil on canvas dating around the early 18th Century depicticing a detailed interior of a tavern in the Dutch Manner after the artist David Teniers The Younger.

David Teniers the Younger or David Teniers II (15 December 1610 – 25 April 1690) was a Flemish painter, printmaker, draughtsman, miniaturist painter, staffage painter, copyist and art curator. He was an extremely versatile artist known for his prolific output.He was an innovator in a wide range of genres such as history, genre, landscape, portrait and still life. He is now best remembered as the leading Flemish genre painter of his day.Teniers is particularly known for developing the peasant genre, the tavern scene, pictures of collections and scenes with alchemists and physicians.

Presented in a later early 19thc framewhich is very original and extremely decorative with just a little distress, but no losses.

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Full Restoration.The painted surface has been professionally cleaned and correctly revarnished.The canvas has been relined as part of the process retaining the original stretchers.
Teniers was court painter and the curator of the collection of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm, the art loving Governor General of the Habsburg Netherlands. He created a printed catalogue of the collections of the Archduke.He was the founder of the Antwerp Academy, where young artists were trained to draw and sculpt in the hope of reviving Flemish art after its decline following the death of the leading Flemish artists Rubens and Anthony van Dyck in the early 1640s.He was influential on the next generation of Northern genre painters as well as on French Rococo painters such as Antoine Watteau.

Initial career in Antwerp
David Teniers the Younger was born in Antwerp as the son of David Teniers the Elder and Dymphna de Wilde. His father was a painter of altarpieces and small-scale cabinet paintings.Three of his brothers also became painters: Juliaan III (1616–79), Theodoor (1619–97) and Abraham (1629–70). The work of his two oldest brothers is virtually unknown while the work of his youngest brother Abraham was very close to David's own.

From 1626 David the younger studied under his father.A collaborator of his father early on in his career, the father and son pair created together a series of twelve panels recounting stories from Torquato Tasso's epic Gerusalemme Liberata (Museo del Prado, Madrid).His father was frequently in financial straits and his debts landed him occasionally in jail. David the younger had to make copies of old masters in order to support the family.[6] In 1632-33 he was registered as 'wijnmeester' (i.e. the son of a master) in the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke.

A David Teniers is recorded in the Antwerp records as having been issued in 1635 a passport to visit Paris. The artist likely also travelled to England as on 29 December 1635 of the same year he signed in Dover a contract with the Antwerp art dealer Chrisostomos van Immerseel, then resident in England.

Teniers married into the famous Brueghel artist family when Anna Brueghel, daughter of Jan Brueghel the Elder, became his wife on 22 July 1637. Rubens, who had been the guardian of Anna Brueghel after her father’s death, was a witness at the wedding. Through his marriage Teniers was able to cement a close relationship with Rubens who had been a good friend and frequent collaborator with his wife's father. This is borne out by the fact that at the baptism of the first of the couple's seven children David Teniers III, Rubens' second wife, Hélène Fourment was the godmother.[1][6] Around this time Teniers started to gain a reputation as an artist and he received many commissions. The Guild of St George (Oude Voetboog Guild), a local militia in Antwerp, commissioned a group portrait in 1643 (Hermitage Museum).

External Height 24.00 inch (60.96 cm)
External Width 23.00 inch (58.42 cm)
External Depth 2.50 inch (6.35 cm)
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Oil on Canvas
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