Pieter Claesz

Dutch 1597-1660 Pieter Claesz Locations Dutch painter of German birth. He apparently spent his entire career in Haarlem, where he specialized in still-life paintings. Well over 100 works survive, dating from 1621 to 1660. Most of his pictures are dated and monogrammed PC. Since those initials were shared by the Antwerp still-life painter CLARA PEETERS, several attributions are disputed.

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Pieter Claesz Breakfast with Ham oil painting


Breakfast with Ham
Painting ID::  415
Artist: Pieter Claesz
Painting: Breakfast with Ham
Introduction: 1647 The Hermitage, St.Petersburg
   
   
     

Pieter Claesz Pipes and Brazier oil painting


Pipes and Brazier
Painting ID::  416
Artist: Pieter Claesz
Painting: Pipes and Brazier
Introduction: 1636 The Hermitage, St.Petersburg
   
   
     

Pieter Claesz Fish Still Life oil painting


Fish Still Life
Painting ID::  418
Artist: Pieter Claesz
Painting: Fish Still Life
Introduction: 1637 Musee du Louvre, Paris
   
   
     

Pieter Claesz Still Life with Musical Instruments oil painting


Still Life with Musical Instruments
Painting ID::  419
Artist: Pieter Claesz
Painting: Still Life with Musical Instruments
Introduction: 1623 Musee du Louvre, Paris
   
   
     

Pieter Claesz Still Life with Wine Glass and Silver Bowl oil painting


Still Life with Wine Glass and Silver Bowl
Painting ID::  420
Artist: Pieter Claesz
Painting: Still Life with Wine Glass and Silver Bowl
Introduction: Staatliche Museen, Berlin
   
   
     

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     Dutch 1597-1660 Pieter Claesz Locations Dutch painter of German birth. He apparently spent his entire career in Haarlem, where he specialized in still-life paintings. Well over 100 works survive, dating from 1621 to 1660. Most of his pictures are dated and monogrammed PC. Since those initials were shared by the Antwerp still-life painter CLARA PEETERS, several attributions are disputed.