Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem (1562 - 1638)
Cornelis Kornelissen (Cornelissen, Cornelis Cornelisz) (1562, Harlem - 1638), called Cornelis Garlemskim - Dutch painter and architect.
Disciple P. Peters in Amsterdam and H. Kuan in Antwerp. He worked primarily in Haarlem, where, along with Carl van Mandera, founded the academy of painting, from which came a few skilled artists. Paint diverse content - mythical, allegorical, historical, portraits and flowers. Especially loved nagie depict human figures, which are placed in their compositions by the way and out of season, giving a rather artificial shades of bodies of men and women. The composition of his paintings mannered and restless, colorful, pretty motley first, by the end of its activities (such as in «Mercy», 1629, in Shverinskoy Gallery) has become more natural and harmonious. Artworks Kornelissena meet in Amsterdam, The Hague, Dresden, Shverinskom and other galleries, as well as in many private collections.
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