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98431 A Guardroom Interior Jacob Duck A Guardroom Interior circa 1630(1630) Medium oil on panel Dimensions Height: 25 cm (9.8 in). Width: 19 cm (7.5 in).
1010 Card Players and Merry Makers Jacob Duck Card Players and Merry Makers 1640 Worcester Art Museum
27337 Interior with soldiers and a woman playing cards,an officer watching from a doorway Jacob Duck Interior with soldiers and a woman playing cards,an officer watching from a doorway mk56 oil on panel
1009 Sleeping Woman Jacob Duck Sleeping Woman   
1011 Soldiers Arming Themselves Jacob Duck Soldiers Arming Themselves   
98234 Soldiers inspecting coffers Jacob Duck Soldiers inspecting coffers 1630s Medium oil on panel Dimensions 32.5 x 47 cm cyf

Jacob Duck
1600-1667 Dutch Jacob Duck Location Dutch painter and etcher. He was long confused with Jan le Ducq (1629/30-76). In 1621 he was listed as an apprentice portrait painter in the records of the Utrecht Guild of St Luke. His teacher was probably Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot (1586-1666). The St Job Hospital in Utrecht acquired a Musical Company by him in 1629. By 1630-32 he was a master in the guild. Like Pieter Codde, he painted guardroom scenes (kortegaerdjes), for example Soldiers Arming Themselves (c. 1635; New York, H. Shickman Gal., see 1984 exh. cat., no. 36) or the Hoard of Booty (Paris, Louvre), in which the figures and their interactions are apparently full of underlying symbolic meaning. He also painted merry companies (e.g. c. 1630; Names, Mus. B.-A.) and domestic activities, such as Woman Ironing (Utrecht, Cent. Mus.), employing motifs perhaps symbolic of domestic virtue. He placed his figures in high, bare interiors in which the deep local colours of the foreground stand out well against the cool, greyish-brown background. Only a few of his etchings are known (Hollstein, Dut. & Flem., vi, pp. 9-11), depicting figures in contemporary dress, for example Young Gentleman with Broad Hat and Cloak (Hollstein, no. 10) or Virgin and Child with Magi (nos 1-4). Between 1631 and 1649 Duck presence is documented in Utrecht, Haarlem and Wijk bij Duurstede. Afterwards, and probably by 1656, he was living in The Hague. He was buried at the monastery of St Mary Magdalene in Utrecht.
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