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A Pelican and other Birds near a Pool, Known as ‘The Floating Feather’, Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. 1680 - Rijksmuseum

A Pelican and other Birds near a Pool, Known as ‘The Floating Feather’, Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. 1680 - Rijksmuseum

birds-in-a-park-1686-1.jpg (1247×1029)Melchior d'Hondecoeter

Melchior d’Hondecoeter Dutch Birds in a park 1686 oil on canvas х cm The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (Inv. Acquired from the collection of Jacques Aved, Paris, 1766

Details: Melchior d' Hondecoeter, The Raven Robbed of the Feathers He Wore to Adorn Himself, 1671

Details: Melchior d' Hondecoeter, The Raven Robbed of the Feathers He Wore to Adorn Himself, 1671

Circle of Melchior de Hondecoeter (Utrecht 1636-1695 Amsterdam) Decorative fowl by a river

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a-l-ancien-regime: “ Palace of Amsterdam with Exotic Birds, by Melchior d’Hondecoeter ”

An archival giclée reproduction of "Palace of Amsterdam with Exotic Birds," a oil painting by Dutch artist Melchior de Hondecoeter. The artist was renowned for his depictions of domestic and exotic birds, rendering them in brilliant color and s.

İngilizler hindiye 'Turkey Cock' (Türkiye Horozu) demeye başlamışlardı. Zamanla bu isim 'Turkey Coq' olarak kısaldı ve en sonunda da yalnızca 'Turkey' olarak kullanılmaya başlandı.

16 Madde İle Amerikalılar'ın Hindiye "Turkey-Türkiye" Demesinin Sebebi

The Barnyard now at the frisk in nashville artist melchior dhondecoeter ----at the rembrandt exhibit

Improved:  zie tips en trucs!!!!!!!!!   Geïnspireerd door: De menagerie Melchior d' Hondecoeter, ca. 1690

femme-de-lettres: “Large (Wikimedia) Melchior d'Hondecoeter painted The Menagerie in about If it looks like d’Hondecoeter has depicted these elaborately plumed birds (and pair of monkeys) from a vantage point level with the bottom of the.

Like earlier still-life painters, Hondecoeter turned curiosities of nature into curiosities of art, and into elements of interior decoration. The peafowl, the crane, the monkey, the squirrel, and the swallow are repeated in other compositions by Hondecoeter. In his work as a whole one finds peacocks, peahens, turkeys,ducks and hens studied in various poses and from different angles.

Melchior de Hondecoeter (Dutch, Peacocks, 1683 Oil on canvas 74 x 53 inches The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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