Gabriel Metsu's Vegetable Market at Amsterdam: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Market Paintings and Horticulture

Stone-Ferrier, Linda
September 1989
Art Bulletin;Sep89, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p428
Academic Journal
Examines the painting 'Vegetable Market at Amsterdam,' by Gabriel Metsu. Examples of marketplace paintings by Dutch artists; Pictorial context featured in the paintings; Horticultural activity in the Netherlands; Factors which influenced Metsu's market and horticultural interests.


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