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At home with Jordaens
At home with Jordaens At home with Jordaens



JACOB JORDAENS, The Old Folks Sing, The Young Folks Chirp, c. 1640 – 1645, The Phoebus Foundation

Location

Hof

Partners

The Phoebus Foundation

Duration

± 60 minutes

Where the Northern Netherlands had Frans Hals, Rembrandt and Vermeer, in the Southern Netherlands they had their own Great Three: Jordaens, Rubens and Van Dijk. This exhibition focuses on Jacob Jordaens, with his great flair, worldliness, individuality and typicalities.

Jordaens made portraits, historical scenes and genre paintings until well into his old age. His next of kin were often a source of inspiration to him. His home served as his showroom and the room where he received his – wealthy – clients was spectacularly decorated with his own work.

Especially for this exhibition a reconstruction of that reception room will be made in the Frans Hals Museum, which enables visitors to feel as if they were ‘at Jordaens’ home’ for a moment, surrounded by many works that have never been shown together before.

In collaboration with the Phoebus Foundation, with the support of Katoen Natie and Indaver.

JACOB JORDAENS, The Old Folks Sing, The Young Folks Chirp, c. 1640 – 1645, The Phoebus Foundation

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