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Frans Hals

Isaac Abrahamsz. Massa, 1626

Oil on canvas
31 2/5 × 25 3/5 in
79.7 × 65.1 cm
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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)
Toronto
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Bequest of Frank P. Wood, 1955

Bequest of Frank P. Wood, 1955

Frans Hals
Dutch, 1582–1666
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Frans Hals is best known for his dynamic portraits of wealthy citizens of Haarlem, a Dutch city …

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Frans Hals is best known for his dynamic portraits of wealthy citizens of Haarlem, a Dutch city where prosperity derived from brewing beer and producing luxury fabrics. Rejecting the static poses of traditional portraiture, Hals conveys in his subjects an impression of spontaneity and individuality. In Portrait of a …

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About the work
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Toronto
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Bequest of Frank P. Wood, 1955

Bequest of Frank P. Wood, 1955

Frans Hals
Dutch, 1582–1666
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Frans Hals is best known for his dynamic portraits of wealthy citizens of Haarlem, a Dutch city …

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Frans Hals is best known for his dynamic portraits of wealthy citizens of Haarlem, a Dutch city where prosperity derived from brewing beer and producing luxury fabrics. Rejecting the static poses of traditional portraiture, Hals conveys in his subjects an impression of spontaneity and individuality. In Portrait of a …

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Frans Hals

Isaac Abrahamsz. Massa, 1626

Oil on canvas
31 2/5 × 25 3/5 in
79.7 × 65.1 cm
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