Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

Artwork

Man Looking Through Window (Publisher: Pearce #37), c.1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

Man Looking Through Window (Publisher: Pearce #37), c.1650

Etching, signed

3.13 x 3 in

$1,250.00

The Meeting, c.1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

The Meeting, c.1650

Etching

2.75 x 2.75 in

$1,250.00

Mother & Child, c. 1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

Mother & Child, c. 1650

Original etching

3 x 3 in

$1,800.00

The Pipe Smoker, c.1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

The Pipe Smoker, c.1650

Etching

3.50 x 3.25 in

$1,250.00

Seated Man With Pipe, c.1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

Seated Man With Pipe, c.1650

Etching

2.50 x 2.25 in

$950.00

The Singer, 1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

The Singer, 1650

Etching

3 x 4 in

$950.00

The Conversation, c.1650
Cornelis-Pietersz Bega

The Conversation, c.1650

Etching

3 x 2.25 in

$1,250.00

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Cornelis-Pietersz Bega
Cornelis Pietersz Bega, or Cornelis Pietersz Begijn (1631/1632 - 27 August 1664) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver. Bega was born, lived and worked in Haarlem and was the son of sculptor and goldsmith Pieter Jansz. Begijn. His mother Maria was the illegitimate daughter of the Haarlem painter Cornelis van Haarlem. He assumed the name Bega when he started working professionally. He was a student of Adriaen van Ostade, and produced genre scenes of similar subjects, typically groups of a few peasant figures, often in interior settings, or fanciful figures such as The Alchemist (Malibu) or The Astrologer (London). Source: Wikipedia
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