Salomon van Ruysdael

c. 1602-1670 Holland/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Salomon van Ruysdael of Haarlem was a renowned painter of landscapes, and the uncle of Jacob Van Ruisdael, one of the greatest painters of the Dutch Golden Age. His initial influence was by Esaias van de Velde, and he later took inspiration from Jan van Goyen to the extent that his paintings became quite similar. In 1623 Ruysdael was admitted to the Guild of Saint Luke and was Dean of the Haarlem Corporation in 1648. The marine artist Jan Porcellis from Ghent also influenced his work.

 

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Winter Landscape

Winter Landscape with Skaters and Tent

Alkmaar

Alkmaar

Boats near a Village

Boats near a Village

Deventer

Deventer

Nimwegen

Crossing at Nimwegen

Ferry on a River

Ferry on a River

Dune Landscape

Dune Landscape with Farmers

Dutch Landscape

Dutch Landscape with Raid

Halt at an Inn

Halt at an Inn

River Landscape

River Landscape

Ferry Boat

Ferry Boat near Arnheim

Transporting Animals

Ferryboat Transporting Animals

River Scene

River Scene

Seascape

Seascape

Under the Maypole

Festival under the Maypole

Landscape

Landscape

The Ferryboat

The Ferryboat

After Rain

After Rain

Farmstead

Landscape with Farmstead

Fortified City

Mouth with Fortified City

River Landscape

River Landscape

River at Arnheim

River Landscape at Arnheim

R Landscape

R Landscape

Landscape with Ferry

River Landscape with Ferry

River Scene

River Scene with Farmstead

River View

River View

River with Boats

River with Boats

River with Fishermen

River with Fishermen

Road Among Dunes

Road Among Dunes

Still Life

Still Life with a Turkey

Sailing Ships

Sailboats

Sailboats

Sailboats on the Wijkermeer

Tavern with May Tree

Tavern with May Tree

Tower at the Road

Tower at the Road

View of Alkmaar

View of Alkmaar

View of Egmond

View of Egmond

Winter Landscape

Winter Landscape

Lake with Sailboat

Lake with Sailboat