Jan Van Goyen (circle) (1596-1656)

Artist Name Jan Van Goyen (circle) (1596-1656)
Title Carriage in a Landscsape oiutside Utrecht
Size 26 x 20 inches
Medium Oil on Panel
Condition Very Good
Biography Jan Joseph van Goyen (1596-1656) was a Dutch landscape painter. Van Goyen was an extremely prolific artist; approximately twelve hundred paintings and more than one thousand drawings by him are known. Jan van Goyen was the son of a shoemaker and started as an apprentice in Leiden, the town of his birth. Like many Dutch painters of his time, Jan van Goyen studied art in the town of Haarlem with Esaias van de Velde. At age 35, he established a permanent studio at Den Haag (The Hague).  Though he seems to have kept a workshop, his only registered pupils were Nicolaes van Berchem, Jan Steen, and Adriaen van der Kabel.The list of painters he influenced is much longer. In 1652 and 1654 he was forced to sell his collection of paintings and graphic art, and he subsequently moved to a smaller house. He died in 1656 in The Hague. According to the art historian H.U. Beck, "In his freely composed seascapes of the 1650s he reached the apex of his creative work, producing paintings of striking perfection".
Description An original large Dutch Old Master oil on panel which is attributed to circle of Jan Van Goyen 1596-1656 and was painted circa 1650. This large oil on panel, which has been cradled in restoration, is in good clean condition and depicts a horse and carriage by a water landscape near Utrecht. Housed in a gilded carved 18th century frame with minor losses. A delightful country house old master painting.
Provenance South England Estate. 
Frame Gilt gallery carved circa 1740 frame, 33 inches by 27 inches and in good condition.
Price £5500
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