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A Man, ca. early 1650’s (Frans Hals) (1583-1666) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY 91.26.9

Frans Hals - The Banquet of the Officers of the Saint George Militia Company: 1616

Frans Hals, Portrait of a Man, possibly Willem van Warmondt, 1640. Frans Hals Museum #haarlem

Jan Salomonsz de Bray, The Regentesses of the Childrens Almshouse in Haarlem, 1664. Frans Hals Museum #franshalsmuseum #art #haarlem

Frans Hals, Portrait of a Man, c. 1665 From the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Frans Hals, foremost painter in the Dutch city of Haarlem, was one of the most original and penetrating portraitists of the seventeenth century. This work, painted when the artist was in his eighties, is striking for the freedom of its vigorous brushwork. At the time, an admirer described Hals’s late portraits as “very rough and bold, nimbly touched and well-ordered.

Władysław Czachórski 1850-1911 (Polish), Portrait of Stanisław Czachórski (brother of the artist), oil on canvas, 1889

Frans Pietersz de Grebber, Banquet of the Officers and Subalterns of the St George Civic Guard, 1618. Frans Hals Museum #haarlem #franshalsmuseum @Frans Hals Museum #art