Aert van der Neer, 1650 - River Landscape at Sunset - fine art print

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The art product details

In 1650 Aert van der Neer created this painting. The more than 370 year-old original has the following following dimensions - height: 46 cm width: 63,5 cm | height: 18,1 in width: 25 in. Oil on panel was applied by the European painter as the technique for the artwork. The original artwork is inscribed with the text - signed: AVDN. It is included in the Mauritshuis's digital collection located in The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands. With courtesy of - Mauritshuis, The Hague (public domain). The creditline of the artpiece is: Adriaen Blok, Haarlem, 1765; Andreas Bonn, Amsterdam; Baron Johan Gijsbert Verstolk van Soelen (1776-1845), The Hague; bought together with 42 other paintings from the Verstolk van Soelen Collection by Sir Thomas Baring (1772-1848), 2nd Bart., London & Stratton Park, Hampshire, 28 June 1846 (see W.H.J. Weale & J.P. Richter, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures Belonging to the Earl of Northbrook, London 1889, pp. 202-203); by inheritance to Sir Francis Baring (1796-1866), 3rd Bart., and 1st Baron Northbrook, 1848-1866; by inheritance to Thomas George Baring (1826-1904), 1st Earl Northbrook, 1866-1904; by inheritance to Francis George Baring (1850-1929), 2nd Earl Northbrook, 1904-1929; by inheritance to his first cousin, Francis Arthur Baring; Frits Lugt, Maartensdijk and The Hague; sold by him to Eduard August Veltman (1878-1965), Bussum; sold together with 22 other paintings to Otto Wertheimer Gallery, Basel, 1951; purchased, 1953. What is more, the alignment is in landscape format with a side ratio of 1.4 : 1, which means that the length is 40% longer than the width. The painter, drawer Aert van der Neer was a European artist from the Netherlands, whose style can mainly be classified as Baroque. The European artist was born in 1603 and deceased at the age of 74 in the year 1677.

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The product

Article classification: fine art print
Method of reproduction: digital reproduction
Manufacturing process: digital printing
Production: made in Germany
Stock type: on demand production
Intended product use: wall art, wall picture
Alignment of the artwork: landscape alignment
Image ratio: 1.4 : 1
Interpretation of image aspect ratio: the length is 40% longer than the width
Available material variants: poster print (canvas paper), canvas print, metal print (aluminium dibond), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) size options: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) sizes: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Poster print (canvas paper) variants: 70x50cm - 28x20"
Aluminium print size variants: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Framing of the artprint: unframed art print

Structured details of the piece of art

Piece of art name: "River Landscape at Sunset"
Artwork categorization: painting
General category: classic art
Temporal classification: 17th century
Created in: 1650
Artwork age: 370 years
Artwork original medium: oil on panel
Size of the original artpiece: height: 46 cm width: 63,5 cm
Signature: signed: AVDN
Exhibited in: Mauritshuis
Museum location: The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands
Museum website: Mauritshuis
License of artwork: public domain
Courtesy of: Mauritshuis, The Hague
Artwork creditline: Adriaen Blok, Haarlem, 1765; Andreas Bonn, Amsterdam; Baron Johan Gijsbert Verstolk van Soelen (1776-1845), The Hague; bought together with 42 other paintings from the Verstolk van Soelen Collection by Sir Thomas Baring (1772-1848), 2nd Bart., London & Stratton Park, Hampshire, 28 June 1846 (see W.H.J. Weale & J.P. Richter, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures Belonging to the Earl of Northbrook, London 1889, pp. 202-203); by inheritance to Sir Francis Baring (1796-1866), 3rd Bart., and 1st Baron Northbrook, 1848-1866; by inheritance to Thomas George Baring (1826-1904), 1st Earl Northbrook, 1866-1904; by inheritance to Francis George Baring (1850-1929), 2nd Earl Northbrook, 1904-1929; by inheritance to his first cousin, Francis Arthur Baring; Frits Lugt, Maartensdijk and The Hague; sold by him to Eduard August Veltman (1878-1965), Bussum; sold together with 22 other paintings to Otto Wertheimer Gallery, Basel, 1951; purchased, 1953

Artist information

Artist name: Aert van der Neer
Also known as: A. v. d. Neer, Arthur van der Neer, Arnout Vander Neer, Aert v. d. Naer, von der Neer, Art Vander Neer, Van Aert Élève de Rubens, Arent Vanderneer, Arnould-Vander Neer, Vandrrneer, Arnould Vander Neer, Neer, Artt Vander Neer, Van-der-Ner, Arend vander Neer, Vader-Neer, Aert Vauderveer, A. Vander-Neer, Van Neer, Arnold Vanderneer, Van den Near, Aert van der Neor, Aert Vandernier, Aert. Vanderneer, A.V. d. Neer, A Vander Neer, Hart Vander Neer, Neer-Vander, Artus van der Neer, V der Neer, Art. Van Dernéer, Arnaldo Vander Neer, Van Derneer, Aert Vandereer, Vandermiere, Arthus v. d. Neer, V. D. Neer, Vandemur, Ar. Néer, Vander-Neer, A.v. der Neer, Anton Vanderneer, Vandermeer, Aert Vandemur, Neer Arnold van der, Arthus van der Neer, Va. Der Neer., Hart Van der Neer, Neer Arthur van Der, A. Van der Meer, A. Van D'Neer, Arent van der Meer, Vandernere, Neer Aert van der, Aerd vander Neer, Aert. van der Neer, van der Meer, Art. Vandernner, Aert vander Neer, Abt. Vander Neer, A. V. der Neer, Le vieux van der Neer, Aert Vanderneen, Arnold vander Neer, Art. v. d. Neer, Aart van der Neer, Art. Vanderner, Vanderneir, Aert Vandemeer, Arent vander Neer, Van. der Neer., N.D. Neer, Art. V. Neer, Art. Vander Neer, Aernout Vander Neer, Vandereer, A. Vandernees, A. V. Neer, neer a. van der, Ar. Vanderneer, Aart Aarnout van Der Neer, Van Dernier, Ve Der Neer, Art. Vander-Neer, Arnould Vander-Neer, Van de Neer, neer adriaen van der, Vandereneer, Art van der Neer, Neer Aart van der, A.v.d. Neer, Vanderneen, Neer Aert, Ant. V. Neer, Vandemeer, Aert. vander Neer, A. Van der Neeren, Ant. Vander Neer, Aert Vandeneer, Arnold van der Neer, Arn. Vanderneer, Vanden Meer, C. Vander Neer, Aert van den Near, ניר איירט ואן דר, Aert van Neer, Vauderveer, Aart Vander Neer, Arnold Vander-neer, Ernerst Vanderneer, A. van de Neer, Vanderner, Arn. Vander Neer, Arnould Vandermer, A. vander Neer, V. der Neer, Arnould ou Aert Vander Neer, Arent van der Neer, Arthus von der Neer, aert von der neer, Van der Neer Aert, Vandineer, Ary van der Neer, aert v. d. neer, Werneer, Vanderneer, Aert van der Meer, Aert Vandineer, Art. Vanderneer, V.D. Neer, Van der Neer, ARNOULD ou AERT VAN DER NEER, Art-Vande-Neer, Aert van Dernier, Aert Neer, Vandernier, V. de Neer, A. V. Nier, van der neer a., Van der Neer Aert, A. van der Neer, Neer Aart, Vander Neer le vieux, Vander Neer, Adrian Vanderneer, A. Vanderneer, Arnould Néer, Aernout van der Neer, A. Vander Meer, Art. Van der Neer, Uander Neer, Aert van der Neer, Vandeneer, Aert Vanderner, Aert Vanderneer, Neer Aert van der the Elder, Neer Aernout van der, A. v.d. Neer, Aert Vandermeer, Adrian van der Neer
Gender: male
Nationality of artist: Dutch
Professions: drawer, painter
Country of origin: the Netherlands
Artist category: old master
Art styles: Baroque
Lifetime: 74 years
Year of birth: 1603
Year of death: 1677

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Adriaen Blok, Haarlem, 1765; Andreas Bonn, Amsterdam; Baron Johan Gijsbert Verstolk van Soelen (1776-1845), The Hague; bought together with 42 other paintings from the Verstolk van Soelen Collection by Sir Thomas Baring (1772-1848), 2nd Bart., London & Stratton Park, Hampshire, 28 June 1846 (see W.H.J. Weale & J.P. Richter, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures Belonging to the Earl of Northbrook, London 1889, pp. 202-203); by inheritance to Sir Francis Baring (1796-1866), 3rd Bart., and 1st Baron Northbrook, 1848-1866; by inheritance to Thomas George Baring (1826-1904), 1st Earl Northbrook, 1866-1904; by inheritance to Francis George Baring (1850-1929), 2nd Earl Northbrook, 1904-1929; by inheritance to his first cousin, Francis Arthur Baring; Frits Lugt, Maartensdijk and The Hague; sold by him to Eduard August Veltman (1878-1965), Bussum; sold together with 22 other paintings to Otto Wertheimer Gallery, Basel, 1951; purchased, 1953

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