52 1. J. (VAN) HORST. MARKTTAFEREEL. GESIGN. EN GEDAT. 1572. PARTIC. BEZIT. J. (van) Horst by J. G. van Gelder This market scene, from a private collection, is marked HORST.ME.FECIT and is dated 1572. The style of this genre piece is part and parcel within that of Pieter Aertsen, Joachim Beuckelaar and Pieter Pietersz. Since the sale of the F. Kayser collection by Roos of Amsterdam on 4th December 1888 (No. 47) its whereabouts has been unknown. Thieme-Becker mentions another two works that might be by him. The scene may have originated in the province of Noord-Holland; the costumes would suggest this. The lost series of Noord-Holland peasant women, formerly in the Rijksmuseum, provides a point of reference (especially Plate 4). Perhaps this series can be attributed to Horst. The relationship with the style of Pieter Aertsen and Pieter Pietersz might indicate that Horst was a West Frisian artist. This influence is also to be seen in a triptych in the Archiepiscopal Museum at Utrecht (Plates 11 and 12). It is marked, and dated 1570. The arms on it indicate North Brabant, whence it in fact comes. Two women in the series are from Brouwershaven and Goeree, and
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1960
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