14 captures 27 Jul 2006 - 04 Mar 2016
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Painting and Sculptures
Prints and Drawings
Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
Art since 1945
Late Gothic painting
Golden Age of Dutch Painting
Italian Baroque Painting
Domenichino (1581 - 1641):
Landschaft mit der Taufe Christi, um 1603
Oil on canvas, 122 x 170 cm
Stiftung Betty und David M. Koetser, 1988 Italian Baroque Painting David Maurits Koetser came from an Anglo-Dutch family of art dealers. He was a respected dealer in London, the US and finally Zurich, and made a significant contribution to the rediscovery of the long neglected and underrated genre of Italian baroque painting: it is thanks to him that the Kunsthaus now has a group of first-class gallery pictures from this interesting epoch, which would otherwise normally only be found in royal galleries of long standing. Domenichinos first great landscape painting of the baptism of Christ is a milestone in the development of ideal landscape painting, the culmination of which can be seen in the first version of Claude Lorrain's pastoral work featuring the Arch of Constantine.