- Teniers, David, The Younger
- (1610-1690)David Teniers was born in Antwerp on 15 December 1610, the son of Flemish painter David Teniers (1582-1649). Taught by his father, the younger Teniers was also a protégé of Peter Paul Rubens and his early works show the influence of Pieter Bruegel the Younger, his father-in-law. In 1647, Teniers was named court painter by Archduke LeopoldWilliam of Austria, governor-general of the Netherlands, and, to better fulfill his duties, he moved to Brussels in 1651. Teniers subsequently remained in official favor and the painter and engraver received many notables of the day at his studio, including James, the duke of York, and Louis II, the Great Condé, whose portraits he painted. King Philip IV of Spain bought many of his small, detailed paintings. Pastoral scenes of peasant life comprised favorite subjects, and his subtle use of color and brilliant technique make him one of the outstanding Flemish genre artists of his period. His last years were marked by personal tragedies, including the deaths of his wife and sons, and he died alone in Brussels on 25 April 1690.
Historical Dictionary of Brussels. Paul F. State.
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Teniers, David, The Younger — ▪ Flemish painter baptized Dec. 15, 1610, Antwerp died April 25, 1690, Brussels prolific Flemish painter of the Baroque period known for his genre scenes of peasant life. He was the son and pupil of David Teniers the Elder. In 1637 he… … Universalium
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David Teniers the Elder — David Teniers in Het Gulden Kabinet, engraved by Peter van Liesebetten after a painting by Peter de Mol, 1661 … Wikipedia
Teniers — /ten yeuhrz, teuh nearz /; Flem. /teuh neerdds /; Fr. /te nyay /, n. 1. David /day vid/; Flem. /dah vit/; Fr. /dah veed / ( the Elder ), 1582 1649, Flemish painter and engraver. 2. his son, David ( the Younger ), 1610 90, Flemish painter. * * * … Universalium
Teniers — Ten•iers [[t]ˈtɛn yərz, təˈnɪərz[/t]] n. 1) big David (“the Elder”), 1582–1649, Flemish painter and engraver 2) big his son, David (“the Younger”), 1610–90, Flemish painter … From formal English to slang
Teniers — /ten yeuhrz, teuh nearz /; Flem. /teuh neerdds /; Fr. /te nyay /, n. 1. David /day vid/; Flem. /dah vit/; Fr. /dah veed / ( the Elder ), 1582 1649, Flemish painter and engraver. 2. his son, David ( the Younger ), 1610 90, Flemish painter … Useful english dictionary