Powell III in the preface to Hendrick Avercamp: Master of the Ice Scene.
Hendrick Avercamp: The Little Ice Age [cited 2018 Sep 21].
2), Hendrick Avercamp, and Salomon de Bray reflect studio and portrait practices.
It began with a somewhat eclectic room of drawings, including several meticulous studies of natural materials alongside the sketchbook of Jan van Kessel and works by Abraham Bloemaert and Hendrick Avercamp, among others.
On display are mostly secular landscapes, still lifes and genre scenes, by artists such as Hendrick Avercamp
and Jan Brueghel the Elder.
From the 1560s-1620s, Northern Europe endured an extremely cold period known as the "Little Ice Age." Inspired by the winter landscapes of Flemish artists who had fled to Amsterdam, Hendrick Avercamp
elevated the subject to a new genre in works such as his "Winter landscape Near a Village."
- Master of the Ice Scene P Roelofs (Rijksmuseum/Yale, pounds 25) Snow, ice, blocked roads, empty shops, blizzards, urban isolation and total misery.
In conjunction with the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt's birth in 2006, Rembrandt And His Time: Masterworks From The Albertina, Vienna is the companion book to the Milwaukee Art Museum's exhibition of twenty-seven of Rembrandt's most important works, as well as drawings by Roelant Savery, David Vinckboons, Jacques de Gheyn II, Hendrick Avercamp
, Jan van Goyen, and Esaias van de Velde which offer some of the earliest examples of naturalism.
Another untouched area of the market, he says, are the winter landscapes of Hendrick Avercamp
Another highlight can be found on the stand of De Jonckheere, namely the Golden Age triumph that is Winter Landscape with Skaters by Hendrick Avercamp
. Here, the Dutch painter vividly captures the townsfolk skating side by side and larking about on the frozen ice--everyone from dignified burghers to the town's poorer inhabitants.
's Winter Landscape near a Village (c.
: The Little Ice Age 21 March-5 July 2010 National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Catalogue by Pieter Roelofs (ed.) ISBN 9789086890590 (paperback), 24.95 [euro]/$45 (Rijksmuseum)