~Jan Steen~ 1626-1679

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Jan Steen : Driekoningenfeest

Jan Steen : Driekoningenfeest

Jan Steen, Prayer Before the Meal, ca. 1667-71. "The Jan Steen painting that [John Graver] Johnson sent to New York was not The Rhetoricians, Moses Striking the Rock, or The Doctor's Visit but rather Prayer Before the Meal, also known as Grace Before Meat, which today is ranked far behind those masterpieces in importance. In 1909, however, it would perhaps have been seen as publicly edifying." -Lloyd DeWitt

Jan Steen, Prayer Before the Meal, ca. 1667-71. "The Jan Steen painting that [John Graver] Johnson sent to New York was not The Rhetoricians, Moses Striking the Rock, or The Doctor's Visit but rather Prayer Before the Meal, also known as Grace Before Meat, which today is ranked far behind those masterpieces in importance. In 1909, however, it would perhaps have been seen as publicly edifying." -Lloyd DeWitt

Jan Steen - Het gebed voor de maaltijd

Jan Steen - Het gebed voor de maaltijd

Jan Steen – The Journal Readers – 1670 – Foundation E.G.Bührle Collection, Zurich Kooikerhondje

Jan Steen – The Journal Readers – 1670 – Foundation E.G.Bührle Collection, Zurich Kooikerhondje

The Artist’s Family (detail) circa 1663 Jan Steen “My night has become a sunny dawn because of you.” - Ibn Abbad

The Artist’s Family (detail) circa 1663 Jan Steen “My night has become a sunny dawn because of you.” - Ibn Abbad

Jan Steen Children Baking Pancakes c. 1662-65 Nivaagaards Malerisamling, Copenhagen

Jan Steen Children Baking Pancakes c. 1662-65 Nivaagaards Malerisamling, Copenhagen

"The Dovecote" by Jan Steen (1654) - "This stand-alone dovecote presumably refers to the Dutch term "duiven op zolder houden" ("keep the pigeons in the attic"), which also means to "keep a brothel." Steen enjoyed ambiguous paintings, so perhaps the building on the left is a brothel, with a nearby beer drinker & a young woman being "courted" by an older man."

"The Dovecote" by Jan Steen (1654) - "This stand-alone dovecote presumably refers to the Dutch term "duiven op zolder houden" ("keep the pigeons in the attic"), which also means to "keep a brothel." Steen enjoyed ambiguous paintings, so perhaps the building on the left is a brothel, with a nearby beer drinker & a young woman being "courted" by an older man."

Steen, Picnic

Steen, Picnic

Art-in-Space.blogspot.nl: Jan Havicksz Steen: Portrait of Adolf and Catharina Croeser (aka The Burgomaster of Delft and his Daughter), (1655)

Art-in-Space.blogspot.nl: Jan Havicksz Steen: Portrait of Adolf and Catharina Croeser (aka The Burgomaster of Delft and his Daughter), (1655)

Jan Steen - De reuk

Jan Steen - De reuk

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