Exploring the Artistry of Judith Leyster: A Comprehensive List of Paintings

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Judith Leyster, a renowned female artist from the Dutch Golden Age, has left an indelible mark on the art world with her exceptional talent. In this article, we will take a closer look at a...

Judith Leyster, a renowned female artist from the Dutch Golden Age, has left an indelible mark on the art world with her exceptional talent. In this article, we will take a closer look at a comprehensive list of paintings by Judith Leyster. These artworks, authenticated by the Frima Fox Hofrichter catalog and other reputable sources, showcase her mastery and artistic brilliance.

Unveiling Judith Leyster's Masterpieces

Let's delve into the enchanting world of Judith Leyster's artistry and explore some of her most celebrated works:

1. Copy of Lute Player by Frans Hals (1628)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Copy of Lute Player by Frans Hals (1628)

2. The Serenade (1629)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: The Serenade (1629)

3. Lute Player (Copy of The Serenade) (1629)

4. Jolly Toper (Peeckelharingh) (1629)

5. Merry Drinker (Peeckelharingh) (1629)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Merry Drinker (Peeckelharingh) (1629)

6. Laughing Boy with Grapes in His Hat (1629)

7. Round Portrait of a Boy in a Beret (1629)

8. Merry Trio (1629)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: The Merry Trio (1629)

9. The Last Drop (1629)

10. Rommelpot Player (1630)

11. Merry Company of Three Boys with a Violin (1630)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Merry Company of Three Boys with a Violin (1630)

12. Two Children with a Cat (1630)

13. Standing Cavalier (1629-1631)

14. Carousing Couple (1630)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Carousing Couple (1630)

15. Girl and Boy at a Game of Kolf (1630)

16. Head of a Boy in Profile (1630)

17. Man Offering Money to a Young Woman (1631)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Man Offering Money to a Young Woman (1631)

18. A Young Lady Holding a Lute with a Music Score on Her Lap in a Candlelit Interior (1631)

19. Unequal Love (1631)

20. A Game of Tric-Trac (1630)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: A Game of Tric-Trac (1630)

21. The Concert (1633)

22. Portrait of a Man (1633)

23. Self-Portrait (1633)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Self-Portrait (1633)

24. A Youth with a Jug (1633)

25. Violinist with a Skull and a Music Book (1633)

26. David with the Head of Goliath (1633)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: David with the Head of Goliath (1633)

27. A Game Of Cards (1633)

28. Boy Playing A Violin (1635)

29. The Fingernail Test (Boy with Glass and Lute) (1635)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: The Fingernail Test (Boy with Glass and Lute) (1635)

30. A Boy Reading (1635)

31. Head of a Child (1630-1640)

32. Young Flute Player (1635)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Young Flute Player (1635)

33. Portrait of a Woman in Millstone Collar and Winged Diadem Cap (1635)

34. Portrait of a Man with Beard and Ruff Collar (1635)

35. The Lute Player (Facing Left) (1635)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: The Lute Player (Facing Left) (1635)

36. Still Life with Apples and Grapes in a Wicker Basket on a Table (1635-1640)

37. A Boy and a Girl with a Cat and an Eel (1640)

38. Early Brabantian Tulip (tulip book, 1643)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Early Brabantian Tulip (tulip book, 1643)

39. Flower Piece (1654)

List of paintings by Judith Leyster Caption: Flower Piece (1654)

Sources and References

  • Judith Leyster: A Woman Painter in Holland's Golden Age, by Frima Fox Hofrichter, Doornspijk, 1989, Davaco Publishers, ISBN 90-70288-62-1
  • Judith Leyster paintings in the RKD

Media related to Paintings by Judith Leyster at Wikimedia Commons

With this comprehensive list, we hope to have shed light on the exceptional talent and artistic legacy of Judith Leyster. Her paintings continue to captivate art enthusiasts and serve as a testament to her enduring influence in the art world.

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