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The Later Governors, 1633-1665

David Teniers dominated Flemish painting after the end of the Eighty Years War in 1648. The brother-in-law of Jan Brueghel the Elder he specialised in scenes that capture the gaiety and excesses of everyday life. Teniers portrayed interiors and exteriors with veracity and humour.

 

Daniel Seghers (Antwerp 1590-Antwerp 1661)

A Relief Embellished with a Garland of Roses

Daniel Seghers (Antwerp 1590-Antwerp 1661)

A Cartouche Embellished with a Garland of Flowers

Karel Philips Spierincks (Brussels c. 1600 - Rome 1639)

Venus Sleeping, with Satyrs and Cupids

Frans Wouters (Lierre 1612-Antwerp 1659)

Landscape with a Rainbow

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

Fishermen on the Sea-shore

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

The Interior of a Kitchen with an Old Woman Peeling Turnips

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

Interior of a Famhouse with Figures ('The Stolen Kiss')

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

The Drummer

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

A Kermis on St George's Day

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

The Virgin and Child

David Teniers the Younger (Antwerp 1610-Brussels 1690)

The Virgin and Child with Sts Stephen, Jerome and Maurice

Jacob de Formentrou (active Antwerp 1640-59)

A Cabinet of Pictures

Gonzales Coques (Antwerp 1614 - Antwerp 1684)

The Family of Jan-Baptista Anthoine