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George Arnull
The Brighton to London Coach

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George Arnull The Brighton to London Coach
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George Arnull

British,active 1825-1838  Related Paintings of George Arnull :. | Interior of the Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam | the artist's wife and sister | ritratto di Nicola D Inverno | The Education of Amor (mk08) | Brittany Snow |
Related Artists:
Peeters, Gilles
Flemish, 1612-53
BACKER, Jacob Adriaensz.
Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1608-1651 Backer was born in Harlingen, but his family moved soon (in 1611) to Amsterdam. Between 1627 and 1633 he and Govert Flinck were pupils of Lambert Jacobsz in Leeuwarden. In 1633 he returned to Amsterdam, where he remained until his death. His extreme quickness in painting portraits has been particularly noticed, and it is said by his Amsterdam colleague Joachim von Sandrart that he completely finished, in one day, the half length portrait of a lady in full dress, even so early, that she was able to return the same day to Haarlem. Besides being an important portrait painter - some 70 portraits can be attributed to him with certainty, among them the 1642 Company of Cornelis de Graeff voor de Nieuwe Doelen in Amsterdam, on the same wall as Rembrandt's Night Watch - Backer was an excellent painter of religious and mythological paintings. He was especially interested in pastoral subjects, themes from contemporary history, like the huge Crowning of Mirtillo from 1641 in the Brukenthal collection in Sibiu (250 x 250 cm.). In fact, Backer was a leading artist in Amsterdam until his premature death in 1651.
John Henry Mohrmann
painted The Belgian steamer Amelie bound for Spain in






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