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QUAST Pieter Jansz (b. ca. 1605, Amsterdam, d. 1647, Amsterdam) Nationality : Dutch

Dutch painter, draughtsman and engraver. He became a master of the Guild of St Luke in The Hague in 1634. His paintings of groups of elegant people, such as the Merry Company (Hamburg, Kunststhalle) and Noble Company (Leipzig, Museum der Bildenden Kunste), recall the work of Anthonie Palamedesz, while his scenes with soldiers, for example a Stable Interior (London, National Gallery) and Soldiers at an Inn (1640; Karlsruhe, Staatliche Kunsthalle), recall the work of Pieter Codde. Usually, however, Quast painted operations and tavern scenes with peasants and beggars, whose postures and faces approach caricature, as in the Foot Operation and Card-players with a Woman Smoking a Pipe.

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