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Young Musician with Lute, looking to the left
Young Musician with Lute, looking to the left
Young Musician with Lute, looking to the left
Hals, Frans c. 1581/85 – 1666.

“Young Musician with Lute, looking to the left” (The Lute Player, The Fool),

c. 1625.
Oil on canvas, 70.5 × 62cm.
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August 2016: 350 years since the death of Frans Hals
August 2016 marks 350 years since the death of Frans Hals the Elder (Dutch painter; c. 1582 – 26 August 1666):

Along with Rembrandt van Rijn, Peter Paul Rubens and Jan Vermeer, Frans Hals is one of the most renowned portrait painters of the Dutch Golden Age.