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Salomon van Ruysdael

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A.k.a.:  Salomon Ruysdael, Salomon Van Ruisdael.   179 auction records.   1 upcoming.  
Salomon van Ruysdael (1602/03 - 1670) was active/lived in Holland.  Salomon van Ruysdael is known for Landscape and river scene painting.

Salomon van Ruysdael was born in Naarden where his father, Jacob Jansz. de Goyer (c. 1560-1616), was a moderately wealthy cabinetmaker. Although Salomon initially used the name 'de Go(o)yer' [of Gooiland], he soon followed the example of his eldest brother and adopted 'Ruysdael' from the castle of Ruijschdaal in Gooiland, which may once have been a family possession. Shortly after his father's death, Salomon and another brother, Isaack van Ruysdael (1599-1677), a painter, framemaker and dealer, moved to Haarlem, where Salomon entered the Guild of St Luke in 1623 (as 'Salomon de Gooyer').

Among Salomon's earliest paintings are three winter scenes dated 1627, such as Frozen Landscape with Skaters, Vienna, Ksthist. Mus.). The composition of each, with its low horizon and narrow strip of land in the foreground punctuated by small playful figures, recalls the work of Hendrick Avercamp and, particularly, Esaias van de Velde. Other paintings from these years represent the sandy   ...  [Displaying 1000 of 11186 characters.]  Artist bio

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Facts about Salomon van Ruysdael

   Salomon van Ruysdael  Born:  1602/03 - Naarden/Haarlem, Holland
Died:   1670 - Haarlem, Holland
Known for:  Landscape and river scene painting
Name variants:  Salomon Ruysdael, Salomon Van Ruisdael

Salomon van Ruysdael was born in Naarden where his father, Jacob Jansz. de Goyer (c. 1560-1616), was a moderately wealthy cabinetmaker. Although Salomon initially used the name 'de Go(o)yer' [of Gooiland], he soon followed the example of his eldest brother and adopted 'Ruysdael' from the castle of Ruijschdaal in Gooiland, which may once have been a family possession. Shortly after his father's death, Salomon and another brother, Isaack van Ruysdael (1599-1677), a painter, framemaker and dealer, moved to Haarlem, where Salomon entered the Guild of St Luke in 1623 (as 'Salomon de Gooyer').

Among Salomon's earliest paintings are three winter scenes dated 1627, such as Frozen Landscape with Skaters, Vienna, Ksthist. Mus.). The com  ...  Displaying 750 of 11186 characters.

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