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Gonzales Coques: 'Hearing'
This painting is part of the group: The Five Senses

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The sitter may be Jan Philip van Thielen (1618 - 1677), the flower painter. The man plays a lute; a music score is on the table. He represents the sense of hearing.

One of a series of the 'Five Senses', by Coques, in the Collection; 'Sight', 'Touch', 'Smell', the fifth, 'Taste', is probably a copy. The series was painted before 1661 when 'Sight' was engraved. The costumes suggest a date of about 1655-60.

Other paintings in this group: The Five Senses

Touch
Gonzales Coques
before 1661
Touch
Taste
After Gonzales Coques
after 1661
Taste

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