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Marinus van Reymerswaele


Paintings

Reymerswaele Painting - The Virgin Lactans by Marinus van Reymerswaele

The Virgin Lactans

Reymerswaele Painting - The Moneychanger And His Wife by Marinus van Reymerswaele

The Moneychanger And His Wife

Reymerswaele Painting - Saint Jerome by Marinus van Reymerswaele

Saint Jerome

Saint Jerome in his Study

The Parable of the Unfaithful Steward

Two Tax Gatherers

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Marinus Van Reymerswaele Painting - The Moneychanger And His Wife by Marinus van Reymerswaele

The Moneychanger And His Wife

Marinus van Reymerswaele

Marinus Claeszoon van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546) was a Dutch painter.[1] [2]

Biography


The moneychanger and his wife (1539), Museo del Prado, Madrid

Marinus van Reymerswaele received later the name of the city of Reimerswaal, Netherlands, where he was born and where he worked, at least from 1533-1540. In the latter year he moved to Goes, where he died around 1546. He is also named Marinus de Seeu (from Zeeland, a province of the Netherlands). He studied at the University of Leuven (1504) and was trained as a painter in Antwerp (1509). His name is known from a small number of signed panels. A number of other paintings are attributed to Marinus on stylistic grounds. His oeuvre consists of a relatively small numbers of themes only, mostly adapted from Quentin Massys and Albrecht Dürer:

The moneychanger and his wife
Two tax collectors
The lawyer’s office
Saint Jerome in his study
The calling of Matthew

A large group of tax collectors are wrongly attributed to Marinus. His themes were popular in the sixteenth century and his paintings copied many times.
Signed work

Antwerp, Royal Museum of Fine Arts
Saint Jerome in his study (1541)
Dresden, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister
The moneychanger and his wife (1541)
El Escorial, Escorial
The moneychanger and his wife (1538)
Florence, Bargello
The moneychanger and his wife (1540)
Kopenhagen, Statens Museum for Kunst
The moneychanger and his wife (1540)
Madrid, Museo del Prado
Saint Jerome in his study (most likely: 1541)
The moneychanger and his wife (1539)
Saint Jerome in his study (1541)
München, Alte Pinakothek
The lawyer’s office (1542)
The moneychanger and his wife (1538)
New Orleans, New Orleans Museum of Art
The lawyer’s office (1545)

Other work

Douai, Musee de la Chartreuse
Saint Jerome in his study
Maastricht, Bonnefanten Museum
Saint Jerome in his study (ca. 1541)
Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum
Saint Jerome in his study
The Unjust Steward
Antwerpen, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten
Two tax collectors
London, National Gallery
Two tax collectors (ca. 1540)
Paris, Louvre
Two tax collectors (ca. 1540)
Saint Petersburg, Hermitage
Two tax collectors
Warsaw, Muzeum Narodowe
Two tax collectors
Naples, Palazzo Reale di Capodimonte
"Two tax collectors"
Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten
The Calling of Matthew
Private collection
The Calling of Matthew (2x)
Madrid, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
The Calling of Matthew
Madrid, Prado Museum
Maria lactans
Funchal, Museu de Arte Sacra do Funchal
Saint Jerome


References

[Max J. Friedländer, Early Netherlandish Painting, Leiden 1975, deel XII pp. 40-3 en 106-8]
[Adri Mackor, 'Marinus van Reymerswale: Painter, Lawyer and Iconoclast?', Oud Holland 109 (1995) pp. 191-200]

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