Archduke Leopold Wilhelm In His Picture Gallery, C.1647 in the style of David Teniers


This oil painting is a special commission that portrays "The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his Picture Gallery in Brussels." The original painting was commissioned as a gift for Philip IV of Spain, to showcase the magnificence of his art collection in brussels.

In this painting, the Archduke, surrounded by friends and art enthusiasts who are admiring a selection of paintings. This scene reflects the Baroque era's opulence and the cultural prominence of art collections among European nobility.

The setting is vibrant and detailed, capturing the atmosphere of a distinguished art gallery filled with masterpieces. The artist himself, at a table where he is examining engravings, indicating his role in the curation of the collection.

This commissioned piece aims to replicate the sense of awe and grandeur associated with the original painting, highlighting the significance of art collecting and the pride with which collectors displayed their acquisitions. It serves as a historical homage, emphasizing the passion for art and the cultural achievements of the period.

  • Oil Painting on Canvas.
  • Archduke Leopold Wilhelm In His Picture Gallery, C.1647 in style of David Teniers.
  • Bespoke Handmade Frame.

Width: 149 cm  |  Depth: 7.5 cm  |  Height: 123 cm

Item Code : OP225-4RIBBEDMED

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