David Bomberg, Sappers at Work: A Canadian Tunelling Company, 1919

David Bomberg, Sappers at Work: A Canadian Tunelling Company, 1919

Woldgate Woods | From a unique collection of drawings and watercolor paintings…

Woldgate Woods | From a unique collection of drawings and watercolor paintings…

David Bomberg, The Mud Bath 1914, Oil on canvas    Bomberg, did work that linked…

David Bomberg, The Mud Bath 1914, Oil on canvas Bomberg, did work that linked…

Man's Head 1937  David Bomberg, 1890-1957, (Vorticism, Futurism, Cubism)

Man's Head 1937 David Bomberg, 1890-1957, (Vorticism, Futurism, Cubism)

Dark application of charcoal is used here to show darkness and shadow. Strong…

Dark application of charcoal is used here to show darkness and shadow. Strong…


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Man's Head  By David Bomberg  Date painted: 1937, Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 40.6 cm.  Collection: York Museums Trust

Man's Head By David Bomberg Date painted: 1937, Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 40.6 cm. Collection: York Museums Trust

David Bomberg (England 1890–1957), Kitty, the Artist's Sister, oil/canvas, 1929. Towner collection, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England.

David Bomberg (England 1890–1957), Kitty, the Artist's Sister, oil/canvas, 1929. Towner collection, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England.

The Athenaeum - Study for Seated Musicians 'El Jaleo' (John Singer Sargent - ), Fogg Museum of Art  1880

The Athenaeum - Study for Seated Musicians 'El Jaleo' (John Singer Sargent - ), Fogg Museum of Art 1880

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#12 Rembrandt, The Pancake Woman, 1635. The main subject of this etching is of course the woman making pancakes. This was a popular theme in seventeenth century art: pancakes are easy and cheap to make and in the seventeenth century you could buy them as ‘street food’. For his version of a woman making pancakes, Rembrandt was probably inspired by a work of the artist Adriaen Brouwer. In Rembrandt’s inventory from 1656 we can find a painting by Brouwer with the same subject.

#12 Rembrandt, The Pancake Woman, 1635. The main subject of this etching is of course the woman making pancakes. This was a popular theme in seventeenth century art: pancakes are easy and cheap to make and in the seventeenth century you could buy them as ‘street food’. For his version of a woman making pancakes, Rembrandt was probably inspired by a work of the artist Adriaen Brouwer. In Rembrandt’s inventory from 1656 we can find a painting by Brouwer with the same subject.

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