10 edition of Judith Leyster found in the catalog.
|Statement||project directors, James A. Welu, Pieter Biesboer ; contributors, Pieter Biesboer ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Welu, James A., Biesboer, P., Worcester Art Museum., Frans Halsmuseum.|
|LC Classifications||ND653.L73 A4 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||391 p. :|
|Number of Pages||391|
|LC Control Number||93012478|
Judith Leyster was a Dutch Golden Age painter who was specialised in genre paintings and still lifes. Her work was highly regarded by her contemporaries, however, after her death she was . Judith Jansdr. Leyster (Haarlem, – Heemstede, ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and draftswoman from North-Holland. She worked alternately in both Haarlem and Amsterdam. In she became a member of the Harlem Guild of Saint Luke as the first female painter and obtained the title ‘Master Painter’. Judith Leyster .
Judith Leyster ( – ) is the most famous female painter of the Dutch Golden Age. Unlike many contemporary female artists, who concentrated on meticulously painting true-to-life flowers and . Get this from a library! Judith Leyster: de eerste vrouw die meesterschilder werd. [Judith Leyster; Anna Tummers; Frans Halsmuseum.] -- Judith Leyster () of Haarlem is the most famous .
Judith Leyster The Proposition Self-Portrait Willem Kalf, Still Life with a Silver Ewer Gerrit Dou, A Woman Playing a Clavichord Johannes Vermeer The Glass of Wine Young Woman with a Water . Judith Leyster. Netherlands Judith lijster so remarkable learned the picturesque features Halilovskogo letters with his broad, bold stroke that to this day some of the works of the artist belong .
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A professional woman artist struggling in a male-dominated trade, Dutch genre painter Judith Leyster () joined the artists' guild, ran her own workshop and competed with Franz Hals (c /5(2).
Judith Leyster (), the most famous woman painter of the Dutch golden age, was remarkable for her time. She pursued a profession dominated by men, was the only female member of the 4/5(5). Judith Leyster (), the most famous woman painter of the Dutch golden age, was remarkable for her time.
She pursued a profession dominated by men, was the only female. Judith Leyster (), the most famous woman painter of the Dutch golden age, was remarkable for her time. She pursued a profession dominated by men, was the only female member of the.
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Leyster (), the leading painter of 17th-century Holland, is said to have followed the technique and. In Judith Leyster married the artist Jan Miense Molenaer (cat. 42).1 Only one dated work by Leyster is known from the period following her marriage: a tulip painted in watercolour in She also produced illustrations for a ‘tulip book’ – a book used by tulip dealers to help market their precious bulbs.3 But Leyster.
Hofrichter later published the results of her thesis research in a book, Judith Leyster: A Woman Painter in Holland’s Golden Age (Davaco, ). Following on from the groundbreaking work of Hofrichter and other art historians, in the Frans Hals Museum and the Worcester Art Museum presented the exhibition “Judith Leyster.
Books about Judith Leyster. Nonfiction. Judith Leyster: A Woman Painter in Holland’s Golden Age, by Frima Fox Hofrichter (Davaco Publishers, ) Judith Leyster: A Dutch Master and Her World. A Light of Her Own is a most beautiful novel about a Dutch artist, Judith Leyster, who lived in the 17th century and was probably the first female painter to have been admitted to the Guild.
The novel is /5. Theodore Schrevel’s comment about Judith Leyster puns on her name, which means “guide star,” but the artist was a star in her hometown.
She was only 19 when an earlier city chronicler, Samuel. Biography of Judith Leyster Early life. Judith Jans Leyster was born in Haarlem, the Netherlands, in Julythe eighth of nine children.
Her mother, Trijn Jaspers, was a weaver, and her father was a brewer who was born as Jan Willemsz, but had adopted the surname "Leyster.
Judith Leyster: | |Judith Jans Leyster| (also |Leijster|) (c. J ||– Febru ) was a World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and. Judith Leyster (‘leading star’) was born in the eighth child of a Haarlem smalwercker (textile weaver) soon to become impoverished brewery owner.
There are no records of Author: Mike McKiernan. Judith Leyster: A Woman Painter in Holland's Golden Age, by Frima Fox Hofrichter, Doornspijk,Davaco Publishers, ISBN Judith Leyster paintings in the RKD References [ edit ]Paintings: List of paintings, Copy of Lute Player by Frans. Judith Leyster, Dutch painter, one of the few female artists of the era to have emerged from obscurity.
Among her known works are portraits, genre paintings, and still lifes. Leyster was the daughter of a. Judith Jans Leyster (also Leijster) (c.
J – Febru ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. She painted genre works, portraits, and still lifes. Her entire oeuvre was attributed to Frans Birth place: Haarlem, Netherlands.
Judith Leyster was the eighth child in the family, her father was a brewer and cloth maker until he ventured into a coffee house business which made him bankrupt, Judith may have sold paintings to help the family finances, The family moved to Utrecht where Judith Leyster.
Judith Leyster was the first well-known woman to paint cats. Even though Leyster was short lived, dying at j she created between major paintings before she started having children and ceased.
Judith Leyster: A Dutch Master and Her World and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. According to the National Gallery of Art, Judith Leyster’s Self Portrait was created during the Dutch Baroque period in The portrait was a self-promotion of her showing her product and skill.
Judith Leyster.Judith Leyster, an independent artist with her own workshop and pupils, had a talent for painting lively scenes of people enjoying themselves in taverns or playing music.
Leyster produced most of her .Judith Leyster’s Self Portrait is notable not just because X-rays have revealed that the figure on the background canvas was previously a girl, but because, as critic Peter Schjeldahl points out, the Nationality: Dutch.