Jacobus De Breuck

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Title

Jacobus De Breuck

Description

"Jacobus De Breuck" is part of a series of portrait prints titled Iconography, which were executed between 1630 and 1632. Jacobus De Breuck, who was a French architect, is posed in a formal, dignified manner with a look of intense seriousness and concentration. The figure, presented in a traditional frontal bust-length view, is modeled in the typical Baroque contrasts of light and dark, and is executed in a controlled, linear technique, a trademark of Van Dyck's work that he developed despite the influence of Rubens' loose, painterly style.

Creator

Van Dyck, Anthony

Type

Still Image

Identifier

vandyck-icon.jpg

Files

vandyck-icon.jpe

Citation

Van Dyck, Anthony , “Jacobus De Breuck,” Artistic Treasures from the Knox College Special Collections & Archives, accessed September 18, 2018, https://knox.omeka.net/items/show/74.