Philips Wouwermans

1619 - 1668
Born in Haarlem, the son of the painter Paulus Wouwermans, he was probably trained by his father and by Frans Hals. His work was influenced by the landscapes of Jan Wijnants and by the scenes of Italian peasant life of Pieter van Laer, who returned to Haarlem from Rome in 1638.

Wouwermans became a member of the Haarlem painters' guild in 1640 and his earliest dated paintings are of 1646.

Related paintings

A Dune Landscape with a River and Many Figures
Philips Wouwermans
probably 1660-68
A Dune Landscape with a River and Many Figures
A Horse being Shod outside a Village Smithy
Philips Wouwermans
probably 1640-50
A Horse being Shod outside a Village Smithy
A Stag Hunt
Philips Wouwermans
about 1665
A Stag Hunt
Cavalrymen halted at a Sutler's Booth
Philips Wouwermans
probably 1650s
Cavalrymen halted at a Sutler's Booth
Seashore with Fishwives offering Fish
Philips Wouwermans
1650-68
Seashore with Fishwives offering Fish
The Interior of a Stable
Philips Wouwermans
probably 1655-60
The Interior of a Stable
Two Horsemen at a Gipsy Encampment
Philips Wouwermans
1650-68
Two Horsemen at a Gipsy Encampment
Cavalry attacking Infantry
Attributed to Philips Wouwermans
1656-68
Cavalry attacking Infantry
 
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