18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.

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18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
18th C, Hunting Scene, Dutch School, After the Hunt, Oil on Canvas, Framed.
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The 18th-century painting shows a scene after the hunt. The Blenheim Spaniel stands proudly next to the poultry he has collected. The artist may have borrowed the dog from a print after a design by the 17th-century painter Johan le Ducq from the Hague. With hunting trophies on display, scenes after the hunt have their precursors in 17th-century still life paintings. There, shot hares, ducks, pheasants etc., were lavishly displayed on a beautifully set the table. This genre of painting allowed the artist to show his skills in the representation of various textures. The hunting still-lives often decorated the townhouses of wealthy persons. After all, hunting referred to a pastime of the privileged in society. Paintings with trophies of the hunt remained popular during the 19th century.

 

Dimensions 79cm x 61cm