Irony and Civility: Notes on the Convergence of Genre and Portraiture in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting

Smith, David R.
September 1987
Art Bulletin;Sep87, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p407
Academic Journal
Discusses the convergence of genre and portraiture in seventh-century Dutch painting. Information on Van der Neer's 'Couple in an Interior' painting; Details on the art and life in later seventeenth-century Dutch genre painting; Appraisal of Dutch naturalism.


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