View Poll Results: Who is the greatest Dietse painter of all times?

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  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon Van Rijn

    9 50.00%
  • Pieter Paul Rubens

    5 27.78%
  • Adriaen van Ostade

    0 0%
  • Jan Vermeer

    4 22.22%
  • Jeroen Bosch

    5 27.78%
  • Frans Hals

    2 11.11%
  • Rogier Van Der Weyden

    1 5.56%
  • Jan Van Eyck

    4 22.22%
  • Pieter Bruegel

    7 38.89%
  • Jacob van Ruisdael

    0 0%
  • Dirk Bouts

    1 5.56%
  • Albert Cuyp

    1 5.56%
  • Emanuel de Witte

    0 0%
  • Vincent Van Gogh

    3 16.67%
  • Piet Mondriaan

    0 0%
  • Other

    3 16.67%
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Thread: Dietse painters

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    Dietse painters

    The low countries have a vivid, distinct and colorful history of painting, with a glory period starting in the 14th century, culminating in the 17th century... and leaving an imprint on French and German painters.

    But which artist(s) do you like best, and why?

    The contesters:


    Rembrandt




    The mill


    Adriaen van Ostade




    The painter in his studio, 1663


    http://www.xs4all.nl/~michvlis/bx/bx3jbos/jbos.htm=Jeroen Bosch




    Pearls Before Swine


    Pieter Paul Rubens




    Massacre of the Innocents - 1609-11


    Jan Vermeer




    Guitar player


    Frans Hals




    Officers of the Haarlem Militia Company of Saint Jorisdoelen, c.1627


    Rogier van der Weyden




    Lady


    Jan Van Eyck




    Arnolfini Wedding


    Pieter Bruegel




    The Wedding Dance in the Open Air


    Piet Mondriaan




    Red, orange, blue (1921)


    Vincent Van Gogh




    The trasher


    Dirk Bouts




    The Fall of the Damned


    Jacob van Ruisdael




    Windmill


    Albert Cuyp




    Maas at Dordrecht, c.1660


    Emanuel de Witte




    Interior of a church
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    Re: Dietse painters

    Brueghel, Bosh, for their prophetical paintings, or early surrealism. Whatever they had in their tea, it is not my cup of coffee. I do not directly like the paintings, but they are great, and communicate very strong ideas. It is also excellent craft. Magritte and Escher are also among my favorites. There are many more too...

    http://images.google.com/images?svnu...el&btnG=Search

    http://images.google.com/images?q=paintings+bosch

    And of course I anytime lend an ear to Vincents emotional changes...








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    Re: Dietse painters

    From this list, definately Jeroen Bosch, he's been a big influence on Pieter Bruegel de Oude and 20th century surrealism, which happens to be my favourite movement in visual art.

    Quote Originally Posted by Asthor
    Magritte and Escher are also among my favorites.


    I quite like both of them, but Magritte wasn't Diets but Walloon.

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    Re: Dietse painters

    My favorite from this list is definitely Rembrandt, though I do appreciate and enjoy many others as well.

    Rembrandt is perhaps best known for his intensely atmospheric portraits, but I also like his landscapes. Here is a beautiful example called "The Stone Bridge." Click it to view a larger image.




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    Re: Dietse painters

    Rembrandt is not only my favorite from the list, but one of my favorite painters overall. There is someting profound about his paintings. Some of my favorites include Philosopher Reading and Philosopher in Meditation. I also admire his landscapes -(e.g. Stormy Landscape, Landscape with a Castle) and self-portraits.

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    I appreciate and enjoy work from all of the artists listed, but my favorites are Rogier Van Der Weyden, Pieter Bruegel and Dirk Bouts. I especially like Northern European religious realism from the fifteenth century (Rogier Van Der Weyden and Dirk Bouts) because the paintings can have a spiritual impact on the viewer. The landscapes of Bruegel appeal to me because, well, they are absolutely breathtaking!
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    Not mentioned on the list is one of my most favourite Dietse artists called Jan Steen. He painted vivid almost photographic pictures full of fun with a soap opera realism!

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    I never knew what that style of painting was and its probably my favorite, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire spirit View Post
    Not mentioned on the list is one of my most favourite Dietse artists called Jan Steen. He painted vivid almost photographic pictures full of fun with a soap opera realism!
    Aren't Steen's paintings fascinating? I especially adore this one:

    The Wedding Party, circa 1667-1668

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