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Gerard ter Borch the Younger-Attrib. "Young man", superb oil on copper miniature, 1640s 8500 EUR
Gerard ter Borch the Younger-Attrib. "Young man", superb oil on copper miniature, 1640s
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Gerard ter Borch the Younger (1617 Zwolle, Netherlands - 1681 Deventer, Netherlands) was a son and pupil of Gerard ter Borch the Elder (1582-1663). In ca. 1633/35 he became a pupil of landscape artist Pieter Molyn and in 1635 was accepted to the Guild of Saint Luke of Haarlem. In the same (or next?) year he moved to London, where he worked in the studio of his uncle, engraver Robert van Voerst. Between 1637 and 1648 Gerard ter Borch the Younger undertook trips to Italy, Spain, France, Spanish Netherlands, and Germany. After 1648 he lived in Amsterdam with frequent interruptions for visits to Zwolle. In 1654 he got married and settled in Deventer, where he then became a popular genre artist. Besides genre, he specialized in portraits.
Condition: good; in early-19th century baroque frame
Creation Year: 1640s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:7,8x6,2cm/3,1x2,4in FRAMED: 18,3x16,8cm/7,2x6,6in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: oil on copper
Creator: Gerard ter Borch the Younger
Creator Dates: 1617 Zwolle-1681 Deventer
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