Samuel Dirksz van Hoogstraten

1627-1678 Holland-Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Samuel Dirksz van Hoogstraten; a painter of the Dutch Golden Age was a native of Dordrecht. He was initially taught by his artist father Dirk and was later a disciple of Rembrandt. He was influenced by the works of Gabriël Metsu and Pieter de Hooch. He travelled to Italy, Austria and England before settling in Dordrecht. Other talents of his included poetry and etching and he was director of the mint in Dordrecht. He is noted for his Tromp-l'oeil paintings. Pupils of his were Aert de Gelder and Godfried Schalcken.

 

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adoration of
the shepherds

adoration of the shepherds


letter board

letter board


vanitas

vanitas


a self portrait

a self portrait

a view
of a corridor

a view of a corridor

annunciation of the
death of the virgin

annunciation of the death of the virgin

man looking through
a window

man looking through a window

mattheus van
den broucke

mattheus van den broucke governor of the indies

mother with a child
in a wicker cradle

mother with a child in a wicker cradle

portrait of a
gentleman

portrait of a gentleman

portrait of johan
cornelisz vijgeboom

portrait of johan cornelisz vijgeboom and his wife


self portrait

self portrait


Self-portrait

self-portrait

sir norton knatchbull
first baronet

sir norton knatchbull first baronet

the
anaemic lady

the anaemic lady

tobias's farewell
to his parents

tobias's farewell to his parents

Trompe-l'oeil
still life

Trompe-l'oeil still life

Tromp-l'oeil
still life

Tromp-l'oeil still life two

two women by
a cradle

two women by a cradle

view of
a corridor

view of a corridor