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Circle of WALLERANT VAILLANT (1623-1677)

1623 to 1677, Netherlands

A larder still-life with a cockerel hanging from a hook and a sleeping boy with game and a gun at the window

Oil on canvas

109.00 x 89.00 cm    42.91 x 35.04 inches

Overall Framed Size
137.30 x 117.00 cm    54.06 x 46.06 inches


Wallerant Vaillant was a Dutch Golden Age painter and although a painter in oils, is probably best known now for being one of the first to utilise the schraapkunst - mezzotint - technique. He born in Lille (which was Flemish until being taken by Louis XIV in 1668) on 30th May 1623, one of five boys who all became painters or engravers although one of them later joined the church and another bec...
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