Two Arcadic Landscapes

Two Arcadic Landscapes are a couple of original oil paintings attributed to the Flemish artist Jan Frans Van Bloemen (1662-1749).

These old master's original paintings, representing a pastoral scene and a brigandage scene set in a wonderful natural landscape, are in a very good conditions, except for some signs of time and some color peeling on the pictorial surface.

With a Flemish attention to details, a superb rendering of the atmosphere, and demonstrating an incredible draftmanship, these artworks convey peace and harmony, absolutely to be hanged in your house walls!

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Two Arcadic Landscapes are a couple of original oil paintings attributed to the Flemish artist, Jan Frans Van Bloemen (1662-1749). 

These old master's original paintings representing a pastoral scene, and a brigandage scene set in a wonderful natural landscape are in a very good conditions, except for some signs of time and some color peeling on the pictorial surface.  With a Flemish attention to detail, and a superb representation of atmosphere and to blues and demonstrating an incredible draftmanship these artworks trasmit peace and harmony, are absolutely to collect!

Jan Frans van Bloemen, or Blommen or Bloms, called L'Orizzonte or Orizonte (Antwerp, 1662 - Rome, 1749)
The Flemish painter and engraver came from a family of Flemish painters and designers, also active in Italy and France. He then became a pupil of Antoine Goubau, and after a brief stay in France with his brother, he moved to Rome, and Turin. From 1686-1687 they lived in Rome, where they became part of the Schildersbent, Pieter with the nickname of Standaart or Stendardo, probably for the banners he painted in the battle scenes, while Jan Frans with the nickname of Horizon, for the ease with which he painted landscapes.

Despite having patrons of aristocratic Roman families, van Bloemen's artistic career was hampered by the prolonged clash with the Accademia di San Luca. Among his patrons and collectors we remember the Pallavicini and Rospigliosi families, Luigi Bonaparte, Humphry Morice and Pope Benedetto XIV because he was considered one of the best classical landscape painters in Rome in the first half of the XVIII century with Arcadian-Rococo style.

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Artist Jan Frans Van Bloemen
Typology Original Paintings
Technique Oil on Canvas, Oil Painting, Xilograph
Dimensions (cm) 47 x 1 x 55
Subject Big Names, Decorative, Landscape, Nature

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