Food is just one of the myriad of things for sale at Albert Cuyp
- at 1.
One painting by Cuyp
had been purchased in good faith by the Museum of Dordrecht in 2002.
Eateries abound in another pleasant neighbourhood, the Pijp, around the sprawling Albert Cuyp
market at Albert Cuypstraat.
The original collection, which Hope sold off gradually, included works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto, Tintoretto and Aelbert Cuyp
, many of which were auctioned off at Christie's.
This exhibition addresses the question in relation to 37 works on paper, spanning the 15th to 19th centuries and including works by Cuyp
, Primaticcio, Guercino, Natoire, Boucher, Gainsborough, Francis Place, Frederic William Burton and William Mulready.
The largest and most popular with Dutch food shoppers is the Albert Cuyp
Market, where everything is fresh and cheap.
Bonington, in the ample time Gros left his pupils, made watercolour sketches of the pictures in the Louvre; particularly, one suspects, of the seascapes of Aelbert Cuyp
and the two Ruisdaels, Salomon and his nephew Jacob.
Inspired by works of Aelbert Cuyp
, Esaias van de Velde, and Paulus Potter, he became more and more interested in painting animals: sheep flocks on country roads, oxen in plowing scenes.
For example, a painting by Aelbert Cuyp
, whose studio was in Batavia in the decade 1640 to 1650, depicts a male slave holding a parasol above a Dutch couple; the slave wears European costume and he has the same hairstyle and features as the male slave painted by Coeman.
Prince Albert brought to England works of Carracci, Teniers, Cuyp
, Van Eyck, and Rogier Van der Weyden, as well as early Italian Schools, Fra Angelico, Gentile da Fabriano, the Duccio triptych, in an effort "to educate the taste of his adopted country in a direction of which it was yet ignorant [i.
In works by Cuyp
Ruisdael, van Ostade, van Polenburgh and many others, we witness the process that simultaneously erodes a structure, while also revealing and recreating it as a ruin.
Leung, San Francisco at Night Inappropriate: Hans Eijkenboom, Holland Bank 3: Appropriate: Robert Delauney, Circular Forms Inappropriate: Mark Rothko, untitled, 1963 Bank 4: Appropriate: Theo L'Herminez, Party Inappropriate: Peter Wetzels, Shoppen op de Albert Cuyp
(Shopping on the Albert Cuyp
) Table 1.