2 edition of Lely & the Stuart portrait painters found in the catalog.
Lely & the Stuart portrait painters
Baker, C. H. Collins
by P. L. Warner, publisher to the Medici Society, limited in London
Written in English
|Statement||by C. H. Collins Baker; with 240 reproductions after the original pictures.|
|LC Classifications||ND1314 .B25|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||14009612|
Sir Peter Lely English, born Germany, - Faes, Pieter van derMissing: portrait painters. C.H. Collins Baker, Lely and the Stuart Portrait Painters, 2 vols., London , vol. I, p. , reproduced facing p. and vol. II, pp. and –63 (recorded as hanging at The Grove); 'Vertue Note Books, volume II', in visited England, where he met many of the court artists such as Lely, and on his return to Italy put together a.
Her father was an amateur painter, and member of the Painter-Stainers' Company, and she was acquainted with local artists, such as Nathaniel Thach, Matthew Snelling, Robert Walker and Peter Lely. She became a semi-professional portrait painter in the s and s, working from her home, first in Covent Garden and later in Fleet s: 2. - Royal portrait artist during the English Reformation period. See more ideas about Portrait, English reformation, House of stuart pins.
Sir Peter Lely (): Dutch Classicist, English Portraitist, and Collector Brandon Henderson Boca Raton. Estimate: $8, - $12, Description: Sir Peter Lely Boy with Dog Portrait Holding a Tethered Bird Seated in a Landscape, oil on canvas, 48 x 40 inches, x 49 x 3 inches framed, no visible signature however note that the painting has been lined, inscribed Sir Peter Lely Portrait of a Boy in Carved Frame on stretcher label, LS stencil on stretcher likely a sale inventory.
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In Collins Baker wrote Lely and the Stuart Portrait Painters, considered to be his most important book; Ellis Waterhouse called it the "last great scholarly monument" of "the last great age of the self-taught scholar in England, before it was permissible to call oneself an art historian".Born: 24 JanuaryIlminster.
2 C. COLLINS BAKER: Lely and the Stuart Portrait Painters. (London I), Vol. ii, pp. I " Paul Bird " for Paul Bril," Laireffe " for Lairesse, " Van Dieft " for Van Diest are indications of the standard of accuracy of this reprint. Moreover, several pages (from p. ) are not reprinted at all.
Exh. cat., National Portrait Gallery. London,pp. 50–51, no. 27, ill., describes this painting and the double portrait of Lord and Lady Capel at the Yale Center for British Art [now in the National Portrait Gallery, London] as the finest in the set of Lely's Capel family portraits. With the restoration of the Stuart monarchy inLely became principal portrait painter at the court of Charles II.
Highly prolific, he often used other artists to carry out the less individualised areas of his pictures, such as the drapery. 3 C. Collins Baker, Lely & the Stuart Portrait Painters (London: Philip Lee Wamer, ), 4 Beckett, Lely, 12; Whinney and Millar, English Art, ; Millar, Sir Peter Lely, 38; and Millar, The Age of Charles I, io6.
5 The passage from A Short Account Of the most Eminent Painters both Ancient and. Sir Peter Lely (14 September – 7 December ) was a painter Lely & the Stuart portrait painters book Dutch origin whose career was nearly all spent in England, where he became the dominant portrait painter to the court.
Sir Peter Lely. Buy Lely & the Stuart portrait painters;: A study of English portraiture before & after Van Dyck; by C. Collins Baker (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low Author: C. Collins Baker. Lely, Sir Peter - Portrait of a Lady in Blue holding a Flower - Google Art 3, × 4,; MB Lely, Sir Peter - Portrait of a Lady with a Blue Drape - Google Art 3, × 4,; MB. The Flemish artist also influenced the Dutch-born portraitist Peter Lely, who became Charles II’s principal painter.
Lely’s work is notable for its depth of tone, richness of color, and sensual elegance. Both Cooper and Lely flourished not only under the Puritans but also after the Restoration. The Georgian (–) Era. Stuart portraits and the Civil War A selection of portraits from tomany of which are on display at the Gallery or at Montacute House, our regional partner in Somerset.
Portraits below are listed in chronological order. If certain others of his best portraits were unwigged--for example, the Petworth Unknown Man [No. reproduced in m the Petworth Catalogue, ], the Richard Boyle, Viscount Shannon, at Bayfordbury, the Duke of Portland at Welbeck (reproduced in Lely and the Stuart Portrait Painters, II., p.
86), and the National Portrait Gallery Henry Author: Charles Henry Collins Baker. LELY, Sir PETER (–), portrait-painter, born on 14 Sept. was son of Johan van der Faes, alias Lely, a captain of foot in the service of the States General, and Abigail van Vliet, who belonged to a good family of Utrecht.
His father's family resided at the Hague, and his father was born in a house which bore a lily for its sign.
Sir Peter Lely, original name Pieter van der Faes, (born SeptemSoest, Westphalia [Germany]—died December 7,London, England), Baroque portrait painter known for his Van Dyck-influenced likenesses of the midth-century English origin of the name Lely is said to be the lily carved into the gable of the van der Faes family’s house in The Hague.
Lely and the Stuart portrait painters: a study of English portraiture before and after Van Dyck (London ), II, pp ; the catalogue is ‘To the Joyner for caseing up the Library to be carryed into the Country ’ and. SIR PETER LELY ( - ) was the most important portraitist in the reign of Charles ll, although he had painted portraits throughout the Commonwealth.
His work was strongly influenced by that. Portrait painter The Dutch artist Peter Lely was trained in Haarlem and came to London in the s. In the early part of his career, he painted Biblical and mythological scenes, but it was as a portraitist that he established his reputation, and he worked throughout the civil wars and Interregnum.
At the Restoration he was appointed Principal Painter to King Charles II and he was knighted in. The book, being a collection of 55 drawings, is a good sample for a large number of artists great work, and for those who want to know more about Sir Peter Lely’s drawing.
Actually it is a good book for those who like to study more about art: 55 sketches in a book is not a big amount of picture in a picture book, but it is still very useful for those who like drawing and want to study. It is not known how Mary Beale trained, although she was given advice on painting by Sir Peter Lely (–), one of the most distinguished artists of his day in England.
Her family sat for portraits by Lely, he lent Mary his work to study, and she was later to earn a part of her income from commissions to make copies of his portraits.
Sir Peter Lely. Sir Peter Lely (), a German-born painter who worked in England, was the most famous baroque portrait painter at the court of Charles II. Peter Lely was born on Oct. 14,at Soest in Westphalia; his family was Flemish. He was trained.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baker, C.H. Collins (Charles Henry Collins), Lely & the Stuart portrait painters. The heroic posturings of 17th-century celebrities — mostly royals and aristocrats — were widely enough disseminated by way of portrait prints to have saturated Stuart-era visual culture.
That made Lely’s painting of Charles I with son, James, in remarkable in its picturing of royalty as a human, psychological state.Part of the sale catalogue was published by C.H. Collins Baker, Lely and the Stuart portrait painters: a study of English portraiture before and after Van Dyck (London ), II, pp; the catalogue is reprinted in its entirety in ‘Editorial: Sir Peter Lely’s Collection’ in .After the English Restoration inLely was appointed as Charles II's Principal Painter in Ordinary inwith a stipend, as Van Dyck had enjoyed in the previous Stuart reign.
Lely became a naturalized English subject in Lely was knighted in