№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 48 December 2014

Fine art


Pichugina Olga K.

PhD. (Art Studies), Associate Professor.
Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts,
Ekaterinburg, Russia, e-mail: opich2008@ya.ru

ON THE ATTRUBUTION OF THE PAINTING«STORM» FROM THE COLLECTION OF EKATERINBURG FINE ARTS MUSEUM


The article describes the outcome of technical studies and stylistic analysis of the painting "Storm" in the collection of Ekaterinburg Fine Arts Museum. Examination of the wooden support and the paint coat structure has confirmed that the painting belongs to the 17th century Dutch school. Previously, the picture was attributed to the Dutch marine painter Simon de Vlieger. Based on analogues discovered by the author of this article, the painting has been reattributed to the Dutch painter Pieter Mulier the Elder (1610 – 1670) and is dated as created in 1630-1640.

Key words: 17th century Dutch painting, technical studies, attribution, Simon de Vlieger, Pieter Mulier the Elder



References

  1. Pichugina, O.K. (2009) The Returned Name. Attribution of Peter Mulier's Painting from the Collection of Ekaterinburg Fine Arts Museum. In: Examination of Cultural Heritage Objects. Tempera and Oil Painting. Vyp. 1. Мoscow (in Russian).
  2. Kattenburg, R. Dutch Old Master Marine Paintings, Drawings, and Prints [Online] Available from: http://www.robkattenburg.nl/en/about-rob-kattenburg/#artbuyingadvice
  3. Keyes, G. (1976) Pieter Mulier the Elder. Oud Holland. No. 90.


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