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Ruisdael

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Jacob van . ?1628--82, Dutch landscape painter
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It was at the "Art Treasures of the United Kingdom" exhibition, at Manchester (1837), that Hawthorne first encountered works by Teniers, Dou, Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt and Ruisdael (Scharf 45-76).
He had four Jakob van Ruisdaels. One of them, The Bleaching Grounds at Haarlem, is among the best I have ever seen.
The show also has work by such artists as Jan Steen, Frans Hals, Jan van der Heyden, Pieter de Hooch and Jacob van Ruisdael.
Sower (2001) is from Jean-Francois Millet; Castaways (1984) from boating scenes by Eugene Delacroix and Edouard Manet; and Ruin (Ruisdael) (1995) from Jacob van Ruisdael's Landscape with the Ruins of Egmond Castle (ca.
CUTLINE: This flower arrangement by Kathryn Costello in last year's show complements the painting "View of the IJ on a Stormy Day" by Jacob van Ruisdael.
Jacob Van Ruisdael: Master of Landscape February 25th to June 4th
Furthermore, it overlooks the presence of masterpieces in his works, ranging, for instance, from Giotto, Grunewald, Pisanello, Rembrandt, Jacob van Ruisdael, Lucas van Valckenborch to the contemporary Frank Auerbach.
Far from being the only painter to experience a cross-cultural encounter with, or receive commissions from Jewish patrons, Rembrandt was joined by Amsterdam artists including the celebrated topographer Gerrit Berckheyde, who completed views of the new Synagogues, Jacob van Ruisdael, who depicted the Jewish cemetery outside Amsterdam, and Romeyn de Hooghe, who painted group portraits and genre pieces for middle-class Sephardic patrons.
Among the color plates are two paintings by Emanuel De Witte (Interior of a Church and Interior of the Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam) and four paintings by Jacob van Ruisdael (Wheatfields, Landscape with Blasted Tree by a Cottage, and two renditions of The Jewish Cemetery).
There is also the question of the influence of old masters like Cuyp, Ruisdael and Claude, who provided a context in which Turner and other English artists were able to see and appreciate their own landscape.