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After Frans Hals

A boy lighting a pipe

(By Cornelis van Noorde after Frans Hals, 1763, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


A couple

(By Nicolaas Verkolje after Frans Hals, circa 1693-1746, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


A Gentleman

(By Jan Hals after Frans Hals, 1644, oil on canvas, height: 76.2 cm (30 in), width: 63.5 cm (25 in), currently @ North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh.)


A Man

(By a Follower of Frans Hals, oil on cradled panel, 46.4 × 37.5 cm - 18.3 × 14.8 in.)


A Man

(After Frans Hals, oil on canvas, height: 66 cm (26 in), width: 48.3 cm (19 in), currently @ Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.)


A Man

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635, oil on canvas, 66 x 48 cm.)


A Man

(By Frans Hals reproduced in an 1872 catalogue published in Vienna.)


A man facing forward

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, circa 1639, oil on canvas, 118 x 93 cm, currently @ Burrell Collection, City of Glasgow, Glasgow Museums, Scotland.)


A man facing forward with one hand behind his back and one hand holding an empty glove

(By a Follower of Frans Hals, circa 1644, 86.4 × 66 cm, currently in a private collection.)


A man holding a pipe

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620-1650, oil on canvas, 49 x 58.5 cm.)


A seated woman holding a book

(By a Collaborator of Jan Hals, circa 1648, oil on canvas, 127.6 × 101.6 cm (50.2 × 40 in), currently @ Museum of Fine Arts Boston.)


A singing boy with another boy looking on

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623-1625, oil on canvas, 47.5 diameter.)


A standing man holding gloves

(By Jan Hals, 1648, oil on canvas, 126.5 × 102 cm (49.8 × 40.2 in), currently @ Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.)


A thirtyseven-year-old man

(By Jan Hals, 1644, oil on canvas, 86.27 × 70.8 cm (34 × 27.9 in), currently @ Detroit Institute of Arts.)


A twentyfour-year-old young man

(After Frans Hals, 1624, oil on copper, 21.6 × 14.3 cm (8.5 × 5.6 in), currently @ Städelsches Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main.)


A young painter

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, 1640, oil on canvas, 85 x 69.5 cm, currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)


Adrianus Tegularius, Haarlem theologian

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1640-1660, engraving.)


Aletta Hannemans

(By Catharina Jacoba Abrahamina Enschedé after Frans Hals, 1896, oil on canvas, 70 × 54.5 cm (27.6 × 21.5 in), currently @ Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem.)


An artist in black cap and coat, standing by an easel

(By a Follower of Frans Hals and/or Judith Leyster, circa 1640, oil on canvas, 61.6 × 50.8 cm - 24.3 × 20 in.)


An Elderly Woman

(By a Collaborator of Frans Hals, possibly Jan Hals, circa 1648-1650, oil on canvas, 108 × 80 cm (42.5 × 31.5 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)


An Officer

(By Pieter de Mare after Frans Hals, circa 1772-1796.)


An Unknown Man

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635, oil on canvas, 26 x 33.5 cm, currently @ Hallwylska museet, Stockholm.)


Apothecary

(After Frans hals, circa 1620-1660.)


Arnold Möller, calligrapher

(By Lucas Kilian after Frans Hals, 1629, engraving.)


Art treasures in the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum in Eger (Portrait of Jan Asselyn by Frans Franchoisz Hals)

(Hungarian Post, 5 Forint stamp, first issued December 2, 1969.)


Boy facing left

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620-1625, oil on panel, 18.9 diameter, currently @ Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerpen.)


Boy facing left

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620-1650, oil on panel, 14.4 × 11.4 cm (5.7 × 4.5 in), currently @ Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania.)


Boy facing right

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620-1650, oil on panel, 14.6 × 11.1 cm (5.7 × 4.4 in), currently @ Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania.)


Boy facing right

(By Judith Leyster, circa 1632, oil on panel, 16.7 × 16.2 cm (6.6 × 6.4 in), currently @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.)


Boy Playing A Violin

(By a Follower of Frans Hals and Judith Leyster, circa 1625-1635, oil on canvas, 75 x 66 cm, (26.38" x 30.91"), currently @ Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia.)


Boy with a cat, a red hat and a piece of bread

(Attributed to Judith Leyster, oil on canvas, 77.5 × 64 cm - 30.5 × 25.2 in.)


Boy with a Dog

(After Frans Hals, oil on panel, height: 29.2 cm (11.5 in), width: 29.2 cm (11.5 in), currently @ Glasgow Art Gallery, Scotland.)


Boy with a Dog

(After Frans Hals, oil on panel, height: 29.2 cm (11.5 in), width: 29.2 cm - 11.5 in.)


Boy with a Whistle

(After Frans Hals, oil on panel, height: 29.2 cm (11.5 in), width: 29.2 cm (11.5 in), currently @ Glasgow Art Gallery, Scotland.)


Boy with a Whistle

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620-1625, oil on wood, diameter: 11 in. (27.94 cm), currently in a private collection.)


Boy with a Whistle

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620-1625, oil on panel, 27.9 diameter, currently in a private collection.)f


Boy with a Whistle

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623 and 1625, oil on panel, 28 cm diameter.)


Boy with a Whistle

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623 and 1625, oil on panel, 29.5 cm diameter.)


Boy with a Whistle

(After Frans Hals, circa 1630-1699, oil on panel, 22.5 diameter, currently in a private collection.)


Boy with a Whistle with another boy

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623, oil on panel, 38.5 x 30.5 cm.)


Boy with a Whistle with another boy

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623-1625, oil on panel, 33 x 31 cm.)


Caspar Sibelius

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1637, engraving.)


Catharina Both van der Eem

(By Circle of Frans Hals, possibly Pieter Claesz. Soutman, circa 1620, oil on canvas, height: 137.2 cm (54 in), width: 99.8 cm (39.3 in), currently @  Musée du Louvre, Paris.)


Conrad Vietor, or Conradus Vietor van Aken

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, 1657, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


David Bailly's Self-portrait With Vanitas Symbols

(By David Bailly, 1651, oil on canvas, currently @ Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden.)


De Drie Leliën Brouwerij (The Three Lilies brewery)

(By Jacob Adriaensz Matham, 1627.)


De Drie Leliën Brouwerij (The Three Lilies brewery on the Spaarne, Haarlem, and behind it, a view of Velserend Manor, near Berckerode - not on the Spaarne. Both locations were owned by Johan Claesz van Loo.)

(By Jacob Adriaensz Matham, 1627, oil on panel, 71 x 116 cm.)


Description of Haarlem, Groote Brouwerijen der Stad Haerlem (Great Breweries of the City of Haarlem)

(1628 list of breweries along the Haarlem river Spaarne, pages 338 & 339 of 'Description of Haarlem.')


Description of Haarlem, Officieren ende hoofden der Haerlemsche Schutterije (List of members in the Haarlem militia)

(1628, pages 303 & 304 of 'Description of Haarlem.')


Doctor's Visit

(By Jan Steen, circa 1658-1662, oil on panel, height: 49 cm (19.3 in), width: 42 cm (16.5 in), currently @ Wellington Museum, Apsley House, London.)


Emerantia Beresteyn

(By Pieter Claesz. Soutman, 1634, oil on panel, 130 x 100 cm.)


Engraving from the Levensbeschryvingen konstschilders, a comprehensive dictionary of art by Jacob Campo Weyerman, published in 1729 and illustrated with engravings copied from Arnold Houbraken's Schouburgh (VI Plate F - Frans Hals- Wencelas Coebergher - Lucas van Uden - Wybrand de Geest.)


Exhibition newsreel of the 100th anniversary of the Franz Hals Museum, Haarlem, 1962.


Fisherboy

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635, oil on panel, 67 x 49.5 cm.)


Fisherboy

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635-1640, oil on canvas, height: 65.4 cm (25.7 in), width: 56.5 cm (22.2 in), currently @ Allentown Art Museum, Pennsylvania.)


Fisherboy

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635-1645, oil on canvas, height: 80.3 cm (31.6 in), width: 64.5 cm (25.4 in), currently @ North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh.)


Fisherboy

(By Johannes de Groot after Frans Hals, currently @ British Museum, London.)


Fisherboy at half length

(Oil on panel, height: 40 cm (15.7 in), width: 29 cm (11.4 in), currently @  Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Fisherboy with basket of fish

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, circa 1635, oil on panel, 28.6 x 21.9 cm, currently @ Manchester Art Gallery, England.)


Fishergirl

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, oil on canvas, 65.5 × 56 cm (25.8 × 22 in), currently @ Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud, Köln.)


Fishergirl with basket on her head

(Doubtful attribution to Frans Hals, circa 1635, oil on canvas, 19.5 by 25.3 cm, currently @ Hallwylska museet, Stockholm.)


Fishergirl with basket on her head

(Currently @ Hallwylska museet, Stockholm.)


Fluitspelende jongen

(By Charles Jattiot after Jacques Gagné after Frans Hals, circa 1874, J. van Vloten (1874) Nederlands schilderkunst, Amsterdam: P.M. van Kampen & Zn., p. 230.)


Flute player

(After Frans Hals, circa 1629-1630, oil on canvas, 65 x 64.7 cm, currently @ Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio.)


Frans Hals

(After Frans Hals, copy of a self- portrait, oil on panel, height: 32.7 cm (12.9 in), width: 27.9 cm (11 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)


Frans Hals

(After Frans Hals, circa 1625-1650, copy of a self- portrait, oil on panel, 17 × 17 cm (6.7 × 6.7 in), currently @ Frans Hal Museum, Haarlem.)


Frans Hals

(After Frans Hals, circa 1648-1650, copy of a self- portrait, oil on panel, 33 × 28 cm (13 × 11 in), currently @ Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana)


Frans Hals

(Print by David Coster after a design by Anthony van Dyck, currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Frans Hals

(1900, bronze statue on granite pedastal in Florapark, Haarlem.)


Frans Hals - Catalogs of paintings


Frans Hals - Cover of 1974 catalog of paintings, edited by Seymour Slive


Frans Hals - Cover of 1989 catalog of paintings, edited by Seymour Slive


Frans Hals - Cover of Claus Grimm's 1989 catalog of paintings

(‘Frans Hals Het gehele oeuvre’, Stuttgart/Zurich, 1989 & Meulenhoff/Landshoff, 1990.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Title page

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A boy facing left

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A boy holding a jug in his right hand

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A boy in profile wearing a feathered beret

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A girl facing right

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A laughing man holding a mug and raising his hat

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A man facing forward

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A man in a ruff collar

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A man pulling the tassles of his collar, possibly Willem van Heythuizen

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A man with a beard and ruff collar

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A sitting woman

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A woman

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A woman in a ruff collar

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A woman with a fan

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A woman with a millstone collar and diadem cap holding a glove in her right hand

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A young man

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - A young man

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Fisherboy

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Flute Player

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Head of a girl facing left

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Head of a girl facing right

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Laughing boy

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Laughing boy in jester costume

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Laughing drinking

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations - Left-handed fiddler (one of two variants)

(After Frans Hals, from Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner's Frans Hals, Master Paintings in 322 Illustrations, New Revised Edition, German publishing house Stuttgart, Berlin and Leipzig, 1923.)


Frans Hals Museum


Frans Hals Museum - Cover of 1937 Exhibition catalog


Frans Hals Museum - Cover of 1962 Exhibition catalog


Frans Post

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1633-1686, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Head of a boy facing left

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623, oil on panel, 25 x 18.5 cm.)


Head of a Child

(By Judith Leyster, circa 1630-1640, oil on panel, 36.2 × 31 cm (14.3 × 12.2 in), currently @ Galleria dell'Accademia Carrara, Bergamo.)


Herman Langelius

(By Abraham Blooteling after Frans Hals, circa 1666, engraving, currently @ Protestantse portretten van Museum Catharijneconvent en Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.)


Isaac Abrahamsz. Massa

(By Adriaen Matham after Frans Hals, 1635, engraving, currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Jacob Revius

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, poem by Daniel Heinsius, circa 1664-1686, engraving.)


Jacobus Zaffius

(By Jan van de Velde after Frans Hals, engraving, circa 1630.)


Jean de la Chambre

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1638-1686, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Jester with a Lute

(After Frans Hals, formerly attributed to Judith Leyster, oil on canvas, height: 67 cm (26.4 in), width: 60 cm (23.6 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Jester with a Lute

(By Judith Leyster after Frans Hals.)


Jester with a Lute

(By Cornelis Smith after Judith Leyster after Frans Hals, oil on canvas, 74.5 × 60.5 cm - 29.3 × 23.8 in.)


Johannes Acronius

(By Jan van de Velde the Younger and Pieter Molijn after Frans Hals, 1627, engraving.)


Johannes Bogaert

(By Jan van de Velde the Younger after Frans Hals, 1628, etching and engraving, currently @ Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England.)


Johannes Crucius

(By Jan van de Velde the Younger after Frans Hals, circa 1625-1641, engraving.)


Johannes Hoornbeeck

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1651, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


John Barclay

(After Frans Hals, 1621, oil on canvas, 66 x 47.7 cm.)


Joseph Coymans

(By Govert Flinck, 1647, oil on canvas, 75.2 x 62.7 cm, currently in a private collection.)


Kinderzegels
(1937) (Designed by Pyke Koch after a painting by Frans Hals. 1937 Netherlands postage stamps.)


Laughing boy

(After Frans Hals, oil on oak, 33.7 × 31.12 cm (13.3 × 12.3 in), currently @ Detroit Institute of Arts.)


Laughing Boy

(By Jan Miense Molenaer, formerly attributed to Frans Hals, formerly attributed to Judith Leyster, circa 1630, oil on canvas, 63.8 x 51.4 cm, currently @ Buckingham Palace Collection, London.)


Laughing boy with a bubble and a finger pointing up

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623, oil on panel, 34 x 30.5 cm.)


Laughing child with soap bubble

(After Frans Hals, circa 1625-1649, oil on wood, 30 cm diameter.)


Laughing Fisherboy

(By a Follower of Frans Hals, oil on canvas, oil on canvas, height: 80 cm - 31.5 in - width: 64 cm - 25.2 in.)


Laughing man with a pipe and flagon

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635-1640, oil on canvas, 61 x 50.3 cm.)


Little Singers

(After Frans Hals, circa 1633-1635,oil on canvas, height: 71 cm (28 in), width: 61 cm (24 in), looted during World War II.)


Lives of Flemish, German, and Dutch painters, Volume I, p.360 Frans Hals (ca.1582–1666)

(Painter biographies by John-Baptist Descamps, comprising four volumes, 1753-1764)


Lute player

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, circa 1627-1630, oil on panel, 18 x 18 cm, currently @ Guildhall Art Gallery & London's Roman Amphitheatre, London.)


Lute Player with wide brimmed hat and cut-sleeved jacket facing left

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, oil on canvas, 83 × 75 cm (32.7 × 29.5 in), currently @ National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin.)


Malle Babbe

(By Louis Bernhard Coclers after Frans Hals.)


Malle Babbe

(By the School of Frans Hals, circa 1629-1630, oil on canvas, height: 74.9 cm (29.5 in), width: 61 cm (24 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)


Man with a herring barrel

(After Frans Hals, circa 1635-1640, 68.5 x 50 cm.)


Man with a long beard wearing a white ruff

(By Judith Leyster, circa 1630, oil on canvas, 68.5 × 56.5 cm (27 × 22.2 in), currently in a private collection.)


Merry company of three boys with a violin

(By Judith Leyster after Frans Hals, circa 1623, oil on panel, 26.5 x 17.7 cm, currently @ Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo.)


Michiel de Wael [detail of 'Officers of the Saint George Civic Guard, Haarlem']

(By Pieter Claesz. Soutman, 1644, currently @ Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem.)


Michael Middelhoven

(By Jan van de Velde the Younger after Frans Hals, 1626, etching and engraving.)


Mountebank Doctor and his Merry Andrew

(After Frans Hals, circa 1685.)


Officers of the Civic Guard of St. George, Haarlem

(April 30, 2013 reproduction of Frans Hals' 1616 painting temporarily placed in the garden of old "St. Joris Doelen", today the Proveniershof, Haarlem, while in the distance is the tower of the Nieuwe Kerk, and on the left the old shared water pump - no longer in service.)


Oval portrait of a fifty-year-old man with hat and ruff collar

(Previously attributed to Frans Hals, 1635, oil on panel, 86.2 x 66.2 cm.)


Oval portrait of a young man

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, circa 1627-1630, oil on panel, 12.2 x 9.7 cm.)


Paulus van Beresteyn

(By Workshop of Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt, circa 1620.)


Paulus van Beresteyn

(By Workshop of Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt, circa 1620.)


Paulus van Beresteyn family portrait

(By Pieter Claesz. Soutman, circa 1635, oil on canvas, 167 × 241 cm (65.7 × 94.9 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)


Paulus van Beresteyn heraldic shield
(Paulus Cornelisz. van Beresteyn, 1548-1625, merchant of meekrap (rose madder) and wine, later magistrate and mayor of Delft.) (By Workshop Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt, circa 1620.)


Paulus Verschuur

(By Pieter van der Werff, circa 1690-1722, oil on canvas, 82 × 68 cm (32.3 × 26.8 in), currently @ Museum Rotterdam.)


Peeckelhaering
(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals.)


Pieter Bor Christiaensz from the first volume of his book, The Origin of the Dutch Wars, 2nd edition dated 1634 (first publication was 1601), with poem by Samuel Ampzing

(By Adriaen Matham Sculpsit after a portrait by Frans Hals (lost in a fire in the Museum Boymans in 1864), 1647, engraving.)


Pieter Christiaensz. Bor

(After Frans Hals (original lost in a fire in the Museum Boymans in 1864), circa 1634-1700, oil on panel, height: 24.8 cm (9.8 in), width: 21.7 cm (8.5 in), currently @  Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam.)


Pieter Christiaensz. Bor

(After Frans Hals, circa 1634, oil on cooper, 29 × 24 cm (11.4 × 9.4 in), currently @ Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, Aachen.)


Pieter van den Broecke

(By Hendrik Hondius the Younger after Frans Hals, 1633, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Pieter Verdonck

(By Salomon de Bray after Frans Hals, 1636.)


Pieter Verdonck

(By Jan van de Velde the Younger after Frans Hals, etching and engraving, 16.9 x 11.6 cm, currently @ Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania.)


Pieter Verdonck (as Samson with the jawbone)

(By Jan van de Velde the Younger after Frans Hals, 1627, engraving.)


Regents of the Old Men's Almshouse, Haarlem

(By Wybrand Hendricks after Frans Hals, watercolor, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Regentesses of the Old Men’s Alms House, Haarlem [copy of right portion]

(By John Singer Sargent after Frans Hals, 1880, oil on canvas, currently @ Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama.)


René Descartes

(After Frans Hals, circa 1649-1700, oil on canvas, height: 77.5 cm (30.5 in), width: 68.5 cm (27 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)


René Descartes

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1650, engraving, currently @ British Museum, London.)


René Descartes  

(By William Holl the Younger after Frans Hals.)


Return of Saint Luke
(2012 exhibition)


Return of Saint Luke
(2012 exhibition)


Return of Saint Luke
(2012 exhibition)


Return of Saint Luke
(2012 exhibition)


Roemer Visscher at the age of 71

(By J. Stolker (designer), Pieter van der Meulen (engraver) after Frans Hals, circa 1795-1858.)


Rommelpot player

(After Frans Hals, circa 1623, oil on panel, 51 x 38.5 cm.)


Rommelpot Player

(After Frans Hals, 1783, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Rommelpot Player

(After Frans Hals, 1777-1796, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Rommelpot Player

(By Workshop of Frans Hals, circa 1618-1620, oil on canvas, 106 × 80.3 cm (41.7 × 31.6 in), currently @ Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.)


Samuel Ampzing

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1623-1686, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Samuel Ampzing

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, portrait mounted by Arnoud van Halen for his Pan Poëticon Batavum, currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Saint Adrian Civic Guard in Haarlem, copy of 1633 schutterstuk

(By Wybrand Hendricks after Frans Hals, circa 1764-1831, watercolor, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Schouburg Part 1 Plate F with Frans Hals, Wencelas Coebergher, Lucas van Uden, and Wybrand de Geest, Page 90 of Part 1 of Arnold Houbraken's Schouburg from 1718

(Copy of Arnold Houbraken's Schouburg from 1718, published and sold by the author.)


Seated woman

(By School of Frans Hals, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lille.)


Self Portrait as Colonel Johan Claeszoon Loo (Detail after Frans Hals' 'Assembly of Officers of and Subalterns of the Civic Guard of St. Adriaen at Haarlem in 1633')

(By William Merritt Chase after Frans Hals, 1903, oil on canvas, 40.75 × 32.75 in (103.5 × 83.2 cm), currently @ Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York.)


Shrovetide Revellers

(After Frans Hals, oil on canvas, 67.5 x 51.5, currently @ Institute Collectie Nederland.)


Smiling woman holding a pipe (pendant to Peeckelharing)

(By Jan Steen after Franz Hals, currently @ Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin.)


So de Oude songen, so pypen de jongen

(By Jan Steen, circa 1663, 83 × 99 cm (32.7 × 39 in), currently @ Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin.)


Stamps of Germany (DDR)

(Frans Hals, 10 Pfennig (penny) stamp, first date of issue September 23, 1980.)


Stamps of Germany (DDR)

(Frans Hals, 20 Pfennig (penny) stamp, first date of issue September 23, 1980.)


Stamps of Germany (DDR)

(Frans Hals, 25 Pfennig (penny) stamp, first date of issue September 23, 1980.)


Stamps of Germany (DDR)

(Frans Hals, 35 Pfennig (penny) stamp, first date of issue September 23, 1980.)


Stamps of Germany (DDR)

(100 Pfennig (penny) West Germany stamp issued in commeration of Frans Hals' 400 Birthday, date of issue, September 23, 1980.)


Stamps of Germany (DDR)

(100 Pfennig (penny) West Germany stamp issued in commeration of Frans Hals' 400 Birthday, date of issue, September 23, 1980.)


Swalmius (perhaps Eleazar Swalmius)

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals' portrait of Hendrik Swalmius, circa 1650, engraving.)


Théodore Blévet, Schoolmaster of the French school at Beverwijc

(By Theodor Matham after Frans Hals, circa 1640-1660, engraving.)


Theodorus Schrevelius

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1651, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Theodorus Wikenburg

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, circa 1633-1671, engraving, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Two boys singing with one playing the lute

(By Wallerant Vaillant after Frans Hals, circa 1660-1675.)


Two Children with a Cat

(By Cornelis Danckerts after Frans Hals, circa 1613-1656, engraving on paper, height: 21.8 cm (8.6 in), width: 17.3 cm (6.8 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Two Children with a Cat

(By Judith Leyster, 1629, oil on canvas, height: 61 cm (24 in), width: 52 cm (20.5 in), currently in a private collection.)


Two fisherboys with one holding a crab

(After Frans Hals, circa 1620, 75.5 x 70.5 cm, currently in a private collection.)


Two laughing boys, one holding a coin

(After Frans Hals, circa 1750-1800, currently @ Teylers Museum, Haarlem.)


Two laughing boys, one holding a coin

(By Wallerant Vaillant after Frans Hals, oil on paper glued to panel, currently in a private collection.)


Two laughing boys, one holding a coin

(By Wallerant Vaillant after Frans Hals, circa 1660-1675, currently @ British Museum, London.)


Two panels of Arnoud van Halen's Panpoëticon Batavum

(circa 1700, currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)


Violin player (After Frans Hals)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem (Hospice of Our Lady and Saint Anthony, the courtyard is located at the Small Heiligland Haarlem.)
(May 1960, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(May 1960, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(March 1963, fragment of wall painting.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(March 1963, painted door.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(March 1963, painted door.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(March 1963, painted door.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(September 1964, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(February, 2008, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(September 25, 2010, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(September 25, 2010, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem

(September 25, 2010, exterior.)


Vrouwe- en Antonie Gasthuys, het hofje is te vinden aan het Klein Heiligland te Haarlem
(September 25, 2010, exterior.)


Willem van der Camer

(By Jonas Suyderhoef after Frans Hals, 1651, engraving.)


Willem van Heythuysen

(Possibly after Frans Hals, circa 1638, oil on oak panel, height: 46.9 cm (18.5 in), width: 37.5 cm (14.8 in), currently @ Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten van België, Brussel.)


Willem Warmondt (By a Follower of Frans Hals.)


William Merritt Chase in his studio on Tenth Street, New York
(circa 1880-1916)


Young Boy in Profile

(By Judith Leyster, circa 1630, oil on panel, diameter: 19 cm (7.5 in), currently @ National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)


Young man, painted in the manner of the portrait of Willem van Heythuizen by Frans Hals

(Formerly attributed to Frans Hals, formerly attributed to Judith Leyster, circa 1630, oil on canvas, 63.8 x 51.4 cm, currently @ Buckingham Palace Collection, London.)




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