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David Teniers the Younger: 'Autumn'
This painting is part of the group: The Four Seasons
This series of four small paintings on copper shows the seasons - Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. 'Spring' is a gardener carrying a tree to plant in a formal garden; 'Summer' is a peasant tying up a sheaf of corn; 'Autumn' is a drinker who raises a glass of wine; and 'Winter' an old man wearing a fur cap and mantle, and warming himself near a brazier. This was a subject painted several times by Teniers.

Other paintings in this group: The Four Seasons

Spring
David Teniers the Younger
about 1644
Spring
Summer
David Teniers the Younger
about 1644
Summer
Winter
David Teniers the Younger
about 1644
Winter

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