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- Dutch Baroque Painters Geena Bishop
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- What is the Baroque Era? The 17th Century Baroque era in Holland was the Dutch Golden Age, a time of extraordinary prosperity and social solidarity of the merchant class. A flourishing local and international commerce provided the economic key to an envied Dutch standard of living. There was a strong middle-class market for contemporary Dutch art which reflected pleasure in life, good times and the general abundance of products from around the world. e.g. spices, silk, cotton, porcelain. Being predominately Protestant, there were no church commissions given; rather, patronage came from the thriving middle class who bought art in commercial art galleries. (Grisham)
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- Judith Leyster (July 28, 1609 February 10, 1660) One of the most famous female artists of the Baroque era. Specialized in: Portraits Still Lifes Self Portrait
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- Jan Vermeer (1632-1675) Johannes Vermeer was an artist of the Baroque era in Dutch art history. He specialized in paintings of "ordinary life". His most famous painting is "The Girl With The Pearl Earring" which was painted in 1665. This painting is known as the "Dutch Mona-Lisa" or the "Mona Lisa of the North".
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- Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) One of the most famous artists in all of European history. He taught many famous painters of his time and is also one of the greatest print makers in history.
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- Works Cited Grisham, Kathleen. Dutch Baroque. http://instruct.westvalley.edu/grisham/1b_du tbar.html Accessed: April 29, 2009 http://instruct.westvalley.edu/grisham/1b_du tbar.html