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OSTADE Isaack van (b. 1621, Haarlem, d. 1649, Haarlem) Nationality : Dutch

Dutch genre and landscape painter of the Baroque period, especially noted for his winter scenes and depictions of peasants and travelers at rustic inns. Isaack was a pupil of his brother Adriaen van Ostade, whose manner he followed so closely that some of his early works have been confused with those of the elder Ostade. He soon branched out into a style more ambitious both in scale and in complexity of composition. In the 1640s, he did a small number of winter landscapes, with sleighers and skaters; they can be ranked among the finest of all Dutch paintings of this type. His most characteristic pictures depict figures resting outside an inn or a cottage with carts and horses.

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