Sunday, April 10, 2016

16C -18C Children gather their real & symbolic sheep & goats & head outdoors



 1600s Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch painter, 1620-1691) Girl with a Lamb



1620s Frans Hals (Dutch artist, 1581-1666) Three Children with a Goat  About these goats,  According to Norse mythology, the God of thunder, Thor, & the Norse goddess Frigg had their chariots pulled by goats. Dutch children were given goats in gardens to pull their play-chariots. This way these privileged children of the Dutch Golden Age, almost could feel like the children of the ancient gods, high above the rest of the world in wealth & future promise. The successful Dutch mercantile families, despite their often common birth, often enjoyed displaying wealth linking them to the ancients & royalty.



1600s Peter Lely (English artist, 1618-1680) Portrait Of Princess Isabella



1600s Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (Dutch artist, 1621-1674) Children in a Park garden



1600s Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (Dutch artist, 1621-1674)  Four children


1600s Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (Dutch artist, 1621-1674) Willem Woutersz. Oorthoorn in a Goat-Cart


1600s Jacob Gerritsz Cuyp (Dutch artist, 1594-1650)  Portrait of Maria van Scharlaken



1600s Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch painter, 1620-1691) The Goat Boy and Young Shepherdess



1600s Probably a follower of Jacob Gerritsz Cuyp (Dutch artist, 1594-1650) Child with Goat



 Aelbert Cuyp (1620-1691) (probably a follower) Girls in landscape



Aelbert Cuyp (1620-1691), Children in a Landscape



Paulus Moreelse (Dutch artist, 1571-1638) Two Children with Goat



 1500s Martin de Vos (Flemish Mannerist Painter, ca.1532-1603) A Girl with a pet goat


1640s Jacob Gerritszoon Cuyp (also Spelled Cuijp) (December 1594-1652) (follower) Child with a flute & a goat


1644 Santvoort, Dirck Dircksz. van -- Clara Alewijn (1635-74). Dochter van Abraham Alewijn en Geertruid Hooftman



1600s Cornelis Janssens van Ceulen (British painter, 1593–1661) Young Girl with Lamb



1639 In the style of Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch painter, 1620-1691) One-Year-Old Boy with a Sheep



1643 Jan Yansts (Jan Jansz, (Dutch artist, 1615-1657) A girl from the Gockinga family



1646 Unknown Dutch artist. Portrait of a Child with a Goat perhaps a toy goat


1652 Jan Albertsz Rotius (Dutch artist, 1624-1666)  Four-Year-Old Boy with Goat



In the style of Jan Albertsz Rotius (Dutch artist, 1624-1666) Boy with a Goat



1655 Anthonie Palamedesz. (Stevaerts, Stevens) (Dutch artist, 1601-1673) Boy and Goat



 1655 Anthonie Palamedesz. (Stevaerts, Stevens) (Dutch artist, 1601-1673) Child and Sheep



 1660-80s Nicolaes Maes (Dutch artist, 1634-1693) Boy with a goat cart and a spaniel


1660-80s Nicolaes Maes (Dutch artist, 1634-1693) Portrait of a young boy, together with a goat and a dog, in a landscape


1700s Barthélemy Guillibaud (Swiss artist, 1687–c.1742) Three d'Hervart Children, as the Infant Bacchus and Attendants, with a Goat



 1705 by British artist named Arnold Miss Frances Bankes (1697–1709), as a Shepherdess



 Mattheus Verheyden Breda (Dutch artist, 1700-1777) Portrait of a young girl decorating a sheep



1740 In the style of Godrey Kneller (German-born English painter, 1646–1723) Child with a Lamb



George Chalmers, (Scottish artist,  1720-1791)  Elizabeth and Mary Chichester



1744 Thomas Hudson (English artist, 1701-1779) Young Women with a Lamb



1747 Unknown artist Boy with Sheep, Master Thomas John Batcheler (1737–1789)



1750 Georg Mathias Fuchs (German Danish artist, 1719-1797) Boy and Girl as Shepherds with a Lamb



1763 Joseph Wright of Derby (English artist, 1734-1797) Portrait of Miss Frances Warren



 1760s Joseph Wright of Derby (English artist, 1734-1797) Anna Ashton (Later Mrs Thomas Case)



 1770s George Romney (English Painter, 1734-1802) Mary and Louisa Kent



 1778 George Romney (English Painter, 1734-1802) Shepherd Girl


1791 Joseph Wright of Derby (English artist, 1734-1797) painting of Three Children of Richard Arkwright with a Goat



Vladimir Borovikovsky (Ukranian artist, 1757-1825) Children with a Lamb



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