Antique 17th or 18th century Dutch Men on horses in Battle in a landscape
Karel Breydel is known as a painter of battle pieces and cavalry attacks. These paintings are ingeniously composed and painted with the spirit after the manner of Adam Frans van der Meulen, the leading Flemish battle painter of the 17th century. He also executed a number of landscapes and views of the Rhine in the manner of Griffier.
Breydel worked as a copyist and produced 1703 copies after Griffier and Jan Brueghel the Elder for art dealer Jakob de Vos in Amsterdam.
Several leading European museums own paintings by Breydel
This painting was sold by Christie's, London in 1987
This is an oil on wood and is in good condition, it is framed in a Vintage English or Dutch made frame.
- Height 26.66 cm / 10 "
- Width 32.37 cm / 12 "
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