Joachim Beuckelaer

1533-1574 Belgium-Mannerism

 

Brief Biography-Joachim Beuckelaer was a native of Antwerp. He learned his painting skills from his artist uncle, Pieter Aertsen. He was swayed by his market scenes which had a religious input. His works never achieved high prices during his lifetime and he earned a living inserting staffage into paintings for other artists. The Italian artist Vincenzo Campi was strongly influenced by is work.

 

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A kitchen
Interior

A kitchen Interior

The Miraculous
Draught of Fishes

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes

Christ Carrying
the Cross

Christ Carrying the Cross

Allegory of the
Carelessness

Allegory of the Carelessness

The Four
Elements-Air

The Four Elements-Air

The Four
Elements-Earth

The Four Elements-Earth

The Four
Elements-Fire

The Four Elements-Fire

The Four
Elements-Water

The Four Elements-Water

A Market
Scene

A Market Scene

Christ in
the House

Christ in the House of Martha and Mary

Christ on
the Cross

Christ on the Cross

Kitchen
Interior

Kitchen Interior

Kitchen Scene with
Meeting on the Road

Kitchen Scene with Meeting on the Road to Emmaus

kitchen with
Pieces Cook

 kitchen with Pieces Cook and Kitchen Maid

Market Woman with
Fruit Vegetables

Market Woman with Fruit Vegetables and Poultry

The Vegetable
Market

The Vegetable Market

Market
Scene

Market Scene

Slaughtered
Pig

Slaughtered Pig

Market
Peasants

Market Peasants

the
Market

Market

The Flight
into Egypt

The Flight into Egypt

The
Cook

The Cook

Selling
Vegetables

Woman Selling Vegetables

The Eggs
Trader

The Eggs Trader

Well-Stocked
Kitchen

The Well-Stocked Kitchen

Vegetable
Seller

Vegetable Seller

Village
Feast

Village Feast