Its first impetus came not from within but from the foreign painters like Holbein and Van Dyck who were imported in the service of royalty. William ... more consciously classical, glorified by the work of Nicolas Poussin, 1 594-1 665, who spent much of his life in Italy, *St. John on Patmos. ... 1609/10-after 1678, who lived in Leyden, where he became naturalized and where he may have influenced Vermeer.
|Title||:||A brief illustrated guide to the collections|
|Author||:||Art Institute of Chicago|