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Brazilian Landscape
Brazilian Landscape Brazilian Landscape

By Frans Jansz Post

Brazilian Landscape
Brazilian Landscape Brazilian Landscape

A Brazilian sugar plantation, painted by a Dutchman. In 1637 Post went to Brazil with Johan Maurits van Nassau-Siegen, governor of the Dutch territories in Brazil. Frans Post’s commission was to make a precise record of the landscape, people, flowers and animals. On his return, Post continued to paint Brazilian scenes. These landscapes were a favourite of collectors, and they commanded a good price.

Year

1656

On display

Yes

Material

oil on panel

Dimensions

41 x 59 cm

Credit

Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

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