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Painting Title Boors Smoking
Collection Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Artist Teniers, David, II (Flemish painter, 1610-1690)
Date Earliest about 1633
Date Latest 1690
Signed yes
Description The artist is best known for his small-scale, low-life tavern scenes. Among his earliest dated works are paintings of smokers in dimly-lit interiors, and he continued to produce such pictures throughout his life.
Current Accession Number WAG 37
Inscription front lr 'D. TENIERS'
Subject figure; everyday life; interior
Measurements 25.0 x 19.4 cm
Material oil on panel
Acquisition Details Given by Mrs Isabel S. Carstairs 1924
Publications Walker Art Gallery: Illustrated Catalogue of the Permanent Collection, Liverpool, 1927, p. 184; Compton, M., Walker Art Gallery: Foreign Schools Catalogue (Text), Liverpool, 1963, p. 189, as style of Teniers; Walker Art Gallery: Foreign Schools Catalogue (Plates), Liverpool, 1966, p. 105; Morris, E., and Hopkinson, M., Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool: Foreign Catalogue, 2 vols, Liverpool, 1977, p. 208 (Text), p. 269 (Plates), as style of Teniers.
Rights Owner National Museums Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery
Author Joseph Sharples



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