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Frans Hals (Haarlem, 1581/85-1666) “How dashingly Frans Hals paints people from life!”—Samuel Ampzing, Description and Praise of the City of Haarlem (1628) “Frans Hals must have had 27 shades of black.” —Vincent van Gogh, letter to his brother Theo (1885) “Frans Hals est un moderne : his aesthetics, his colors, his composition, his method of working belong to our epoch.”—Editorial in the Belgian journal L’art moderne (1883) “This is untrue: Hals was at home in Haarlem during the 1600s. But it is true all the same.” —Walter Liedtke, Curator of Dutch and Flemish paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2011) Copy after a lost Self- Portrait by Frans Hals
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Honthorst, Merry Violinist , 1623 Hals, Merry Lute Player , c. 1625 net (“neat”) vs. rouw (“rough”)
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Hals, so-called Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart , 1623 Hals, Merry Lute Player , c. 1625
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Hals, so-called Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart , 1623 Detail
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Hals, so-called Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart , 1623 Willem Dirksz. Hooft, A Contemporary Prodigal Son (title page of the play published in Amsterdam, 1630)
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Hals, so-called Bohemian or Gypsy Girl ( A Prostitute ?), c. 1628-30 Honthorst, A Prostitute , 1626
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Hals, so-called Bohemian or Gypsy Girl ( A Prostitute ?), c. 1628-30
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Hals, Jolly Toper or Merry Drinker , c. 1628-30
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Hals, Malle Babbe , 1650s?
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Detail of Jolly Toper , c. 1628-30 Detail of Malle Babbe , 1650s?
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Hals, Malle Babbe Jacob Jordaens (Flemish), Family Concert , 1638-45
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Anthonis Mor, Portrait of Steven van Herwijck , 1564 Jan Gossart, Portrait of a Burgundian Nobleman , c. 1525-30
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Anthonis Mor, Portrait of Steven van Herwijck , 1564 Hals, The Laughing Cavalier , 1624
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Bronzino, Portrait of a Young Man , 1530s Hals, The Laughing Cavalier , 1624
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Hals, so-called Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart , 1623 Hals, The Laughing Cavalier , 1624
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Detail Hals, Laughing Cavalier , 1624
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Gossart, Burgundian Nobleman , 1525-30 Hals, Laughing Cavalier , 1624
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Detail showing various emblems Hals, Laughing Cavalier , 1624
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ARTH 4427 taught by Professor Zucker during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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