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Theme Golden Age Painter Pieter Claesz Soutman

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http://howtoplanaparty.zozuz.com Pieter Claesz Soutman was a painter, durin the Dutch Golden Age. About the year, of our Lo'ward, 1,000 500, and 80, did his mother bear him in Haarlem.

He breathed, for his entire life's time, until, in Haarlem, upon the 16th day of August, in the year, of our Lo'ward 1,000 600 7 and 50, he quit breathin.

Arnold Houbraken wrote, that Pieter Soutmann's art trainer was artist Peter Paul Rubens in Antwerp. We know that Pieter Soutman was one, of the top folks, of Haarlem, because he was told of, in Samuel Ampzing's saga.

Rubens recommended Pieter, to the Polish court, as a top painter. Probably Rubens did it, while Prince Wladyslaw Vasa visited to Antwerp.

The year was of our Lo'ward 1624. That was the selfsame year, wherein Pieter went, to Poland. In Poland, Pieter was made, to be the royal court's painter. Pieter worked, for king Sigismund III Vasa, in Poland, until the year, of our Lo'ward, 1628. Pieter painted portraits of Habsburgs and of Vasas, both.

He painted a portrait of Gustav Adolf the 2nd, Kin of Sweden. Also he painted the Habsburg emperors of rome, Frederick the 3rd, and Matthias. Pieter painted also a portrait, of Samson and Delilah.

That was the year, when Pieter went back, to Haarlem. After he got, to there, Pieter painted portraits, of families, for his own homies. Above all, he painted portraits for the other headmen, of the Hofje Codde en Van Beresteijn. Pieter was also one, of the headmen, thereof.

A portrait, of the Beresteyns' family, was painted by Pieter Soutman. Later, it was mistaken to have been done, by Frans Hals, and, as such, was sold to the Louvre, 1860's.

The paintings, of Pieter Soutman, now hang in sundry musea. Also, they hang in the Huis ten Bosch in Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands, in Holland.

The paintings, of the Dutch Golden Age, mean so much to us! Excellent handpainted reproductions are so cheaply available, every prosperous Christian family ought to have at least 4 reproductions, of Dutch Golden Age paintins, of their choice.

Get yours, by followin the link, that you see, on your screen.

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