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Nicolaes Berchem

Nicolaes Berchem Oil Painting Reproductions

(October 1, 1620 - February 18, 1683, Dutch, Baroque) Biography

A Peasant Playing a Hurdy-Gurdy to a Woman and Child painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
A Stag Hunt in a Forest painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
Landscape with a Nymph and a Satyr painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
A Peasant Playing a Hurdy-Gurdy to a Woman and Child
Nicolaes Berchem
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A Stag Hunt in a Forest
Nicolaes Berchem
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Landscape with a Nymph and a Satyr
Nicolaes Berchem
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Landscape with Two Horses painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
Mountainous Landscape with Muleteers painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
Peasants by a Ruined Aqueduct painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
Landscape with Two Horses
Nicolaes Berchem
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Mountainous Landscape with Muleteers
Nicolaes Berchem
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Peasants by a Ruined Aqueduct
Nicolaes Berchem
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Roman Fountain with Cattle and Figures painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
Travelling Peasants (Le Soir) painting reproduction, Nicolaes Berchem
Roman Fountain with Cattle and Figures
Nicolaes Berchem
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Travelling Peasants (Le Soir)
Nicolaes Berchem
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Nicolaes Berchem Paintings

Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem was a popular and prolific Dutch painter. Born in Haarlem, he received instruction from his father, Pieter Claesz, and from the painters Jan Van Goyen and Jan Wils, among others. It is not known why he called himself Berchem (or Berighem, and other variants). In 1642 he traveled to Italy with fellow painter Jan Baptist Weenix and remained there about three years, making genre and nature studies. His whereabouts are not certain after the Italian journey, but it appears that he had returned to Haarlem by 1646. He moved to Amsterdam in 1677 and died there in 1683.

His pictures, of which he produced an immense number (Hofstede de Groot claimed around 850, although many are misattributed), were in great demand, as were also his etchings and drawings. His landscapes, often painted in the Italian style of idealized rural scenes, are highly esteemed; and many of them have been finely engraved by Jan Visscher. His finest pictures are at the Rijksmuseum and at the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.

Berchem also painted the human and animal figures in some works of other artists, including Allaert van Everdingen, Jan Hackaert, Meindert Hobbema, Jacob van Ruisdael, and Willem Schellinks.