Ice-skating in a Village // Hendrick Avercamp

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More details about the artwork... Ice-skating in a Village, Hendrick Avercamp, c. 1610 oil on panel, h 35.7cm × w 70.4cm × t 1.4cm

Born in Amsterdam, Hendrick Avercamp (1585-1634) grew up in Kampen. He lived and worked there from 1614 until his death in 1634. Avercamp is mentioned in various documents as the Kampen Mute, so it is assumed that he was deaf and dumb. Avercamp had originally been taught in Amsterdam by Pieter Isacksz, and specialised in winter landscapes. He adopted the Flemish tradition, which was continued in Amsterdam by Gilles van Coninxloo and Pieter Vinckboons. Avercamp's early landscapes have a clear narrative in style, often containing risqué anecdotes. Later, his work acquired a more atmospheric quality.¹ Schaatsenrijden in een dorp, Hendrick Avercamp, ca. 1610 - Rijksmuseum. (n.d.). Retrieved February 08, 2016, from https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/nl/collectie/SK-A-1320

CategoryRijksmuseum
CAD 35.00
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Loose fitting baby leggings in soft and supple polyspandex: 88% polyester, 12% spandex knit performance fabric. This allows your baby freedom of movement while fitting well. These leggings leave ample area for diapers and won't squeeze too tightly at the waist. The vivid prints can be washed over and over with no fading to the print and no shrinking of the fabric. This baby legging fabric is quickdry, easy to care for, and has natural antibacterial properties.