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Født: 5 november 1619 44 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død: 1688 ‎(Alder 68)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
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Født 5 november 1619 44 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD


Vis detaljer Note: ‎(3)‎ Philips ‎(de)‎ Koninck
‎(b Amsterdam, 5 Nov 1619; d Amsterdam, bur 6 Oct 1688)‎. Brother of ‎(2)‎ Jacob Koninck I. He is best known for his landscapes, although he also produced portraits, history and genre scenes.

Erhverv Portræt & landskabs maler
Uddannelse mellem 1641 og 164 () ‎(Alder 21)‎ Elev & ven af Rembrandt

Uddannelse 1637 ‎(Alder 17)‎ Elev af Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎

Bopæl mellem 1639 og 1641 ‎(Alder 19)‎ Rotterdam, NLD

Rotterdam - 1652Rotterdam - 1652


Ægteskab Cornelia Furnerius - 1640 ‎(Alder 20)‎
Bopæl mellem 1641 og 1676 ‎(Alder 21)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD

Landskab 1651 ‎(Alder 31)‎
Village on a Hill. 1651. Oil on canvas. Sammlung Reinhart, Winterthur, SwitzerlandVillage on a Hill. 1651. Oil on canvas. Sammlung Reinhart, Winterthur, Switzerland


Landskab 1655 ‎(Alder 35)‎ Adresse:
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Hobbemastraat 20
1071 ZC Amsterdam, Netherlands
+31 20 6747000

Flodlandskab - Maler Philip Koninck - 1655Flodlandskab - Maler Philip Koninck - 1655

Vis detaljer Note: Vergezicht met hutten aan een weg. Een uitgestrekt rivierlandschap in vogelvluchtperspectief.
Langs een zandweg staat een rij boerenhuizen, daarachter een brug, in de verte een stad gelegen aan een rivier.


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Philips Koninck ‎(1619-1688)‎
De Rotterdammer Philips Koninck kreeg zijn opleiding van zijn broer Jacob. Omstreeks 1640,
het jaar dat hij in het huwelijk trad, verhuisde hij naar Amsterdam.
Mogelijk was hij daar werkzaam in het atelier van Rembrandt, maar zeker is dat niet.
Wel hoorde hij vrijwel zeker tot Rembrandts vriendenkring. In zijn vroege werk duidelijk invloed van Rembrandt te zien.
Nu is Koninck vooral bekend om zijn landschappen, maar in zijn eigen tijd vonden zijn genrestukken en portretten juist meer waardering.

Titel: Vergezicht met hutten aan een wegDistant view, with cottages lining a road
Kunstenaar: Koninck, Philips
Datering: 1655
Materiaal: doek
Afmeting: hoogte: 133 cm, breedte: 167.5 cm
Verwervingswijze: aankoop
Datum verwerving: 1967
Creditline: Aankoop met extra steun van het Rijk, de Vereniging Rembrandt, de Commissie voor Fotoverkoop en het Prins Bernard Fonds
Objectnummer: SK-A-4133
Inscriptie: signatuur en datum linksonder op een boerderij: P Koninck 1655
Objectnaam: schilderij
Collectie: schilderijen



Landskab 1655 ‎(Alder 35)‎
Holland Landscape. Detail. 1655. Oil on canvas. Art Museum, Bucharest, Romania.Holland Landscape. Detail. 1655. Oil on canvas. Art Museum, Bucharest, Romania.


Landskab 1655 ‎(Alder 35)‎
Philips Köninck. An Extensive Landscape with a Road by a Ruin. 1655. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK.Philips Köninck. An Extensive Landscape with a Road by a Ruin. 1655. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK.


Landskab 1655 ‎(Alder 35)‎
Philips Köninck. View of Gelderland. 1655. Oil on canvas. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Lugano-Castagnola, Switzerland.Philips Köninck. View of Gelderland. 1655. Oil on canvas. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Lugano-Castagnola, Switzerland.


ÆgteskabKirkelig vielse
Margaretha van Rijn - 1657 ‎(Alder 37)‎
Landskab 1664 ‎(Alder 44)‎
Philips Köninck. Landscape. 1664. Oil on canvas. Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands.Philips Köninck. Landscape. 1664. Oil on canvas. Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands.


Biografi

Vis detaljer Note: Blandt sine samtidige, Koninck ‎(også Coning, Coningh, Coningh, Koning, Konnink)‎ blev Philips kendt som en figur maler med speciale i portrætter, genre og religiøse scener. Underligt nok, i dag er han kendt og rost som en Landskabsmaler.
Philips blev født i Amsterdam, som søn af en succesfuld guldsmed, og uddannet i studiet hos hans bror Jakob, en maler, der lærte ham fra 1639 til 1641 i Rotterdam. Efterfølgende vendte han tilbage til Amsterdam, hvor han boede resten af sit liv. Koninck var en velhavende mand, der ejede et selskab, som drev hestetrukne passager pramme mellem Rotterdam og Amsterdam. Han synes at have været en ven i stedet for en elev af Rembrandt , men han var bestemt påvirket af den store mester i sin måde at skildre bibelske motiver.
Koninck\'s landskaber er kendetegnet ved en høj synspunkt og en himmel, der fylder mindst halvdelen af billedet rummet. De er himmellandskaber så meget som omfattende landskaber. Wide strækninger af flad eller svagt kuperet terræn under en stor himmelhvælving er realistisk syn på Holland. Vandveje og stier krydser landet, husene er punkteret i forgrunden. Disse landskaber var for det meste udført i varm, brun-gule nuancer.
Landskabet med en høj himmel var særlig fordel i 1650\'erne og 1660\'erne, ikke kun i arbejdet i Koninck, men også i den, Jacob van Ruisdael og også i ætset landskaber Rembrandt.
Kilde: ­http­://­www­.­abcgallery­.­com­/­R­/­rembrandt­/­koninckbio­.­html­

Portræt 1674 ‎(Alder 54)‎ Adresse:
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Hobbemastraat 20
1071 ZC Amsterdam, Netherlands
+31 20 6747000

Joos van den Vondel - Philips Koninck - 1674Joos van den Vondel - Philips Koninck - 1674

Vis detaljer Note: Portret van Joost van den Vondel, dichter, op 87-jarige leeftijd.
Buste, driekwart naar rechts.

Titel:
Joost van den Vondel ‎(1587-1679)‎.
Dichter Joost van den Vondel ‎(1587-1679)‎. Poet
Kunstenaar: Koninck, Philips
Datering: 1674
Materiaal: doek
Afmeting: hoogte: 62 cm, breedte: 54 cm
Verwervingswijze: aankoop
Datum verwerving: 1901-05
Objectnummer: SK-A-1954
Inscriptie: signatuur, datum en inscriptie achterzijde: P. ko. 1674. oudt 87 j.
Objectnaam: schilderij
Collectie: schilderijen



Portræt 1674 ‎(Alder 54)‎
Philips Köninck. Seamstress. 1671. Oil on wood. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.Philips Köninck. Seamstress. 1671. Oil on wood. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.


Landskab 1676 ‎(Alder 56)‎ Adresse:
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Hobbemastraat 20
1071 ZC Amsterdam, Netherlands
+31 20 6747000

Riverscape 1676 Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam - Philip KoninckRiverscape 1676 Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam - Philip Koninck


Død 1688 ‎(Alder 68)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD

Begravelse 1688 ‎(på dødsdagen)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD


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Man/vrouw/groep man

Nationaliteit/school Noord-Nederlands ‎(vóór 1775)‎

Geboorteplaats/datum Amsterdam 1619-11-05
Sterfplaats/datum Amsterdam 1688 – 1688-10-04 op 4 oktober 1688 begraven


Plaats/periode van werkzaamheid Rotterdam 1639 - 1641
Amsterdam 1641 - 1676
ca.1641


Kwalificatie prentkunstenaar, schilder, tekenaar

Onderwerp genrekunst
historie
landschappen
portretten
architectuur ‎(als genre)‎
boeren


Leerling van Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Rembrandt


Navolger van Seghers, Hercules

Nagevolgd door Borssom, Anthonie van

Naslagwerk Thieme/Becker 1907-1950 , dl. 21, p. 271-274
Witt Checklist 1978

Literatuur H. Gerson, Philips Koninck. Ein Beitrag zur Erforschung der holländischen Malerei des XVII. Jahrhunderts, Berlijn 1935 ‎(herdruk: Berlijn, 1980)‎
P.C. Sutton ‎[e.a.]‎, cat.tent. Masters of 17th Century Dutch Landscape Painting, Amsterdam ‎(Rijksmuseum)‎, Boston ‎(Museum of Finlande Arts)‎, Philadelphia ‎(Philadelphia Museum of Art)‎, 1987/1988, p. 366-371
J. Briels, Vlaamse schilders en de dageraad van Hollands Gouden Eeuw 1585-1630, Antwerpen ‎(Mercatorfonds)‎, 1997, p. 349


Standplaats ONS/Groep 550 - Historie: Rembrandt en school
ONS/Groep 558 - Genre 2: algemeen
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2
ONS/Groep 560 - Genre 2: volksleven
ONS/Groep 612 - Portretten: Rembrandt en school
ONS/Groep 676 - Originele grafiek ‎(op inventor)‎
ONS/Groep 700 - Gedateerde werken
ONS/Groep 800 - Voorordening schilderkunst
ONT/Groep 130 - Religie, mythologie, allegorie, historie en literatuur
ONT/Groep 134 - Genre: algemeen
ONT/Groep 136 - Genre: boeren
ONT/Groep 140 - Figuren
ONT/Groep 144 - Portretten en koppen
ONT/Groep 152 - Landschappen
ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur
ONT/Groep 164 - Italianiserende stadsgezichten en architectuur
ONT/Groep 166 - Kastelen, buitenplaatsen en tuinen
ONT/Groep 174 - Ornamenten, titelbladen en beeldhouwwerk
ONT/Groep 276 - Grafiek
ONT/Groep 278 - Voorordening tekenkunst
PDO/Nederlandse kunstenaars: K
ONS/Witt-microfiches
IB


Overige opmerkingen Broer van Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎, oom van Salomon en Jacob Koninck ‎(II)‎ en van Daniël de Koninck.

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Forældre  (F411)
Aert de Coninx II‎(de oude)‎
1575 - 1639
Anneke De Moor
-
Aert de Coninx III
-
Jacob Koninck I
1615 - 1690
David Koninck
1618 -
Daniel Koninck
1618 -
Philips Aertsz. de Koninck
1619 - 1688
Pieter de Coning II
-
Jannetje Coninx
-
Maria Coninx
-

Nærmeste familie  (F527)
Cornelia Furnerius
1628 - 1654

Nærmeste familie  (F1272)
Margaretha van Rijn
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Philips Aertsz. KONINCK
Amsterdam 1619- Amsterdam 1688

Philips Koninck was born in Amsterdam on 5 November 1619. He was chiefly known as a painter of portraits and contemporary life, but today his landscape are most admired. In 1629 he was the pupil of his elder brother, Jacob, in Rotterdam. He moved to Amsterdam, where, according to one source, he was a pupil of Rembrandt. This has not been corroborated, but Koninck\'s earlier work shows Rembrandtesque features. His landscapes are unmistakably evolved from those of Hercules Seghers. Koninck\'s life was uneventful. He died in Arnsterdam and was buried there on 6 October 1688.

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Born on 05 November 1619: Philips de Koninck ‎(or Koningh)‎ Dutch painter who died on 04 October 1688. Cousin of Salomon Koninck.
Philips Koninck is the best-known member of a family of artists. He studied with his brother Jacob ‎[1615 >1690]‎ in Rotterdam, and he was also a student of Rembrandt in Amsterdam, where he settled in 1641. Although he painted various subjects ‎(the poet Vondel praised his portraits and history pictures)‎ his fame now rests on his landscapes. He specialized in extensive views, and his work has a majesty and power that rivals the similar scenes of Ruisdael; the National Gallery in London has four outstanding examples. Like many Dutch painters he had a second occupation; he ran a prosperous shipping firm and evidently painted little in the last decade of his life. His wealth enabled him to collect drawings. He was a prolific draftsman himself and his sketchy penmanship can be deceptively close to Rembrandt\'s.
Among his contemporaries, Philips Köninck ‎(also Coning, Coningh, Coningh, Koning, Konnink)‎ was known as a figure painter, specializing in portraits, genre and religious scenes. But nowadays he is known and praised as a landscape-painter. Philips was born in Amsterdam, the son of a successful goldsmith, and trained in the studio of his brother Jacob, a painter, who taught him from 1639 to 1641 in Rotterdam. Subsequently he returned to Amsterdam, where he lived for the rest of his life. Köninck was a wealthy man, owning a company, which operated horse-drawn passenger barges between Rotterdam and Amsterdam. He seems to have been a friend rather than a student of Rembrandt but he was certainly influenced by the great master in his manner of rendering biblical subjects.
Köninck’s landscapes are characterized by a high viewpoint and a sky, which occupies at least half of the picture space. They are cloudscapes as much as extensive landscapes. Wide stretches of flat or slightly hilly land under a great expanse of sky are the realistic view of Holland. Waterways and paths intersect the land; houses are dotted in the foreground. These landscapes were mostly carried out in warm, brown-yellow tones. The landscape with a high sky was particularly in favor in the 1650s and 1660s, not only in the work of Köninck, but also in that of Jacob Isaackszoon van Ruisdael ‎[1628 10 Mar 1692]‎ and also in the etched landscapes of Rembrandt van Rijn ‎[15 Jul 1606 04 Oct 1669]‎.

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Distant View with Cottages Lining a Road ‎(1655, 133x168cm)‎ _ When he painted this river landscape, Philips Koninck drew his inspiration from the countryside of Gelderland, although this is probably not a depiction of an actual location. The artist based his work on observations but carefully composed the painting in his studio. Using small strokes of the brush, he painted a panorama with a meandering river. The country road on the left draws the eye past farmhouses to a distant town. Koninck employed largely subdued earth-coloured tints in this painting. Here and there he added a colour highlight, like the red roof tiles of the farmhouse and the fisherman\'s jacket. These colors and the loose style of painting with visible brushstrokes betray the influence of Rembrandt. Koninck signed and dated the work in the bottom left corner: \'P. Koninck 1655\'. This is an excellent example of the artist\'s use of tiny dabs of thick paint. The landscape contains relatively few living creatures. But the fisherman appears to have caught something: a glistening fish is struggling at the end of the line.
Fifteen years after Koninck painted his river landscape, Jacob van Ruisdael produced View of Haarlem ‎(43x38cm)‎. As in Koninck\'s work, Van Ruisdael\'s painting is dominated by the cloudy sky. The landscape is composed of horizontal strips with the shadows cast by the clouds rendered as bands of light and dark. Yet the two vistas are clearly different. Van Ruisdael\'s colors have more contrast. He also painted with greater detail in almost indiscernible strokes of the brush, while Koninck\'s loose strokes are more suggestive than representational.
Wide River Landscape
Distant view in Gelderland ‎(1655)‎
Adoration by the Magi
Panoramic landscape ‎(1665)‎
Plain in Holland ‎(1670)‎
The baptism of the Chamberlain
Dutch Landscape Viewed from the Dunes ‎(1664, 122x165cm)‎ If Koninck\'s development had stopped in the middle of the seventeenth century, he would be remembered as a talented Rembrandt follower. But from about 1649-1650 until about 1665 he created a series of very large panoramic views in a distinctive personal style. They are closely related to the classical phase of Dutch landscape painting and are amongst the great glories of Dutch art.
An Extensive Landscape with a Hawking Party ‎(132x160cm)‎ The human figures on the painting were done by J. Lingelbach.
Panorama View of Dunes and a River ‎(1664, 94x120cm)‎ _ Philips Koninck was a member of Rembrandt\'s entourage. His drawings and early painted landscapes show that he learned from Rembrandt. However, by the middle of the century he began to paint large panoramic views that are independent of the master\'s style. They rank with the most grandiose of the age. Where Molenaer and Houckgeest more or less assumed a specific viewing position outside the pictorial space, and Saenredam\'s perspective suggests looking from within it, many landscape painters positioned the beholder in undeFinlanded or even impossibly high positions. Koninck often suggested such a bird\'s-eye view in his sweeping panoramas of Dutch fields and rivers beneath imposing skies. The absence of one fixed viewpoint implies that the viewer is seeing an objective record of a city or landscape, recorded without human intervention. It has been suggested that, by positing such a freely surveying eye, these landscapes resemble the exquisite maps produced in great variety and quantity in the Dutch Republic. The maps depicted in genre scenes, hung on walls like paintings, indeed indicate that seventeenth-century viewers did not make the modern distinction between paintings as ''art'' and maps as ''knowledge.''
An Extensive Landscape with a Road by a Ruin ‎(1655, 137x167cm)‎ _ Among his contemporaries, Philips Koninck was known as a figure painter, specializing in portraits as well as in genre and religious scenes, rather than as a landscapist as he is known today. He was born in Amsterdam, the son of a successful goldsmith, and trained in the studio of his brother, Jacob, who worked in Rotterdam. Subsequently he returned to Amsterdam, where he lived for the rest of his life. Koninck was a wealthy man, owning a company which operated trekschuiten ‎(horse-drawn passenger barges)‎ between Rotterdam and Amsterdam. He seems to have been a friend rather than a student of Rembrandt but he was certainly influenced by him in his manner of painting‎(and drawing)‎ biblical subjects. Koninck\'s landscapes are characterized by a high viewpoint and a sky which occupies at least half of the picture space. They are cloudscapes as much as extensive landscapes. He emphasizes the flatness of Holland, a more realistic approach than, for example, that of Aelbert Cuyp, who attempts to make his landscapes more varied by the inclusion of hills and mountains taken from his imagination rather than from his observation of the Dutch countryside. The landscape with a high sky was particularly in favor in the 1650s and 1660s, not just in the work of Koninck, but also in that of Jacob van Ruisdael and also in the etched landscapes of Rembrandt. This painting of 1655 is an outstanding example of Koninck\'s landscape art. The colors, which in some of his canvases have sunk into uniform browns and greys with the passage of time, are particularly vivid and the painting is remarkably well preserved.
Village on a Hill ‎(1651, 61x83cm)‎ Koninck is one of the last generation of Dutch landscape painters. In the 1660s, there was a general tendency to ''upgrade'' the various genres. During this period, the interiors of Vermeer and de Hooch became increasingly elegant, and even the still-lifes were freighted with ''noblesse''. In the work of Koninck, this trend even affected the landscapes, in which he positioned courtly figures and palatial architecture. In the 1650s, by contrast, when Koninck was at the height of his creative powers, he produced landscapes of exceptional purity, bringing the flat panoramic landscape to its greatest perfection. A soft and golden light is cast across the flat countryside, illuminating things that are, in themselves, uninteresting: sandy dunes, the occasional tree, some water, a village. There is nothing remarkable or jarring. The sensation is where the brown earth is bathed in sunlight to a golden hue. Koninck was influenced by Rembrandt\'s landscape painting, which represents a chapter in its own right within his enormous oeuvre. Rembrandt\'s influence is evident in the golden-brown tone of his paintings and in the way Koninck occasionally integrates unexpected and fantastic objects such as a glittering bridge spanning the water, a ruin or a fairy-tale castle.
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^ Born on 05 November 1619: Philips de Koninck ‎(or Koningh)‎ — Dutch painter who died on 04 October 1688. — Cousin of Salomon Koninck.
— Philips Koninck is the best-known member of a family of artists. He studied with his brother Jacob ‎[1615 – >1690]‎ in Rotterdam, and he was also a student of Rembrandt in Amsterdam, where he settled in 1641. Although he painted various subjects ‎(the poet Vondel praised his portraits and history pictures)‎ his fame now rests on his landscapes. He specialized in extensive views, and his work has a majesty and power that rivals the similar scenes of Ruisdael; the National Gallery in London has four outstanding examples. Like many Dutch painters he had a second occupation; he ran a prosperous shipping firm and evidently painted little in the last decade of his life. His wealth enabled him to collect drawings. He was a prolific draftsman himself and his sketchy penmanship can be deceptively close to Rembrandt\'s.
— Among his contemporaries, Philips Köninck ‎(also Coning, Coningh, Coningh, Koning, Konnink)‎ was known as a figure painter, specializing in portraits, genre and religious scenes. But nowadays he is known and praised as a landscape-painter. Philips was born in Amsterdam, the son of a successful goldsmith, and trained in the studio of his brother Jacob, a painter, who taught him from 1639 to 1641 in Rotterdam. Subsequently he returned to Amsterdam, where he lived for the rest of his life. Köninck was a wealthy man, owning a company, which operated horse-drawn passenger barges between Rotterdam and Amsterdam. He seems to have been a friend rather than a student of Rembrandt but he was certainly influenced by the great master in his manner of rendering biblical subjects.
Köninck’s landscapes are characterized by a high viewpoint and a sky, which occupies at least half of the picture space. They are cloudscapes as much as extensive landscapes. Wide stretches of flat or slightly hilly land under a great expanse of sky are the realistic view of Holland. Waterways and paths intersect the land; houses are dotted in the foreground. These landscapes were mostly carried out in warm, brown-yellow tones. The landscape with a high sky was particularly in favor in the 1650s and 1660s, not only in the work of Köninck, but also in that of Jacob Isaackszoon van Ruisdael ‎[1628 — 10 Mar 1692]‎ and also in the etched landscapes of Rembrandt van Rijn ‎[15 Jul 1606 – 04 Oct 1669]‎.

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Artist: Philips Koninck ‎(1619 - 1688)‎
Nationality: Dutch
Movement: Baroque
Media: Painting
Influences:

Biography:
Philips Koninck was born to a wealthy goldsmith in Amsterdam. He apprenticed with his older brother in Rotterdam for four years beginning in 1637 before returning to Amsterdam to study with Rembrandt van Rijn. He also owned a shipping company and an inn. Koninck’s paintings became purely compositional in the 1650’s and rarely were derived from a recognizable location. He stopped painting after 1676 because of his obligations to Amsterdam’s public affairs. His surviving body of work consists of three hundred drawings and eight etchings.

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KONINCK, Philips ‎(Amsterdam, 1619 Amsterdam, 1688)‎

The youngest of six brothers, Philips Koninck ‎(Koning, Coningh, Coninck, and other spellings)‎ was born in Amsterdam on 5 November 1619. His father, Aert de Koninck, was a goldsmith, and his brother, Jacob Koninck ‎(1614/15 after 1690)‎, and cousin, Salomon de Koninck ‎(1609 1656)‎, were painters. Jacob served as Philips’ first teacher in Rotterdam; on 2 January 1640 he received payment of thirty guilders for instructing Philips over a period of half a year. Philips had probably begun this instruction around 1637. By 1639, he had painted portraits and head studies as well as executed figure drawings, since works of these descriptions were mentioned in his father’s inventory of that year. In 1640 he married Cornelia Furnerius, daughter of a surgeon and organist and sister of the artist Abraham Furnerius ‎(c. 1628 1654)‎, who was also a Rembrandt pupil and whose drawings closely resemble those of Philips. According to Houbraken, Koninck studied with Rembrandt. If this is indeed the case, the period of tutelage probably took place following Koninck’s move to Amsterdam in 1641. The following year Koninck’s young wife died.

Koninck is not mentioned again in documents until 1653 in Amsterdam, although his works from the latter half of the 1640s and early 1650s show the strong influence of Rembrandt and Hercules Segers. His testimony in 1658–1659 that he had received a pearl necklace about seven years earlier from Rembrandt proves that the two artists had met at the latest by around 1651. ln several disputes over the authenticity of paintings in Amsterdam, Koninck served as expert. The fact that his portrait was sought by the Grand Duke of Tuscany for the latter’s gallery of artists’ self–portraits is proof of his international reputation. His art was praised by the poets Jan de Vos and Vondel, whose portrait Koninck drew and painted in 1665 ‎(Amsterdam, Museum Amsterlkring)‎. Vondel, who also admired Jan Lievens and Juriaen Ovens, spoke only of Koninck’s history paintings, not of his landscapes. In 1657 Koninck was remarried, to Margaretha van Rijn, on whose portrait by the artist ‎(now lost)‎ Vondel composed a poem. The following year Koninck was living on the Prinsengracht, in 1669 and 1672 on the Leidsegracht, while at his death in 1688 he was a resident of the Reguliersgracht. Several documents indicate that later in life Koninck was the owner of the inland shipping line between Rotterdam and Amsterdam. His latest dated landscapes are of 1676 ‎(Amsterdam, Rijkmuseum, inv. no. A 206)‎, and he seems to have given up painting entirely thereafter; Gerson could date no paintings to the 1680s.

A painter and draughtsman of portraits, history subjects, low–life genre themes, and panoramic landscapes, Koninck excelled only at the last mentioned. Most of his panoramas are imaginary but evoke the landscape of Gelderland. He had developed his own distinctive style by the early 1650s. By the later 1660s his subjects became more idyllic, often populated by elegant or pastoral figures. Nearly three hundred drawings and eight landscape etchings are known by the artist.

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KONINCK, Philips ‎(Amsterdam, 1619 Amsterdam, 1688)‎
Landscape with a Distant Town
c. 1645-1646
Oil sobre panel, 20.5 x 28.6 cm

Colección Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza

For much of its known history this small panel was attributed unquestioningly to Rembrandt van Rijn. Rembrandt’s activity as a landscape painter appears to have been conFinlanded largely to a period during the later 1630s and is limited to a small and, thanks to re-attribution, ever declining number of works. As early as 1854 Kolloff warned against the tendency to attribute landscapes erroneously to Rembrandt. The present work has been read repeatedly in terms of the pathetic fallacy by which such landscapes were interpreted as symptomatic of a melancholic poetic vision associated with Rembrandt. A combination of emotional stereotyping, surface dirt, discoloration and damage, commercial interest and deference to both owners and earlier authors inhibited disinterested examination of the panel.

The support is of unusually poor quality when compared with those used by Dutch painters of good repute. It was not cut square to the grain and has warped on the right. As early as 1893 Michel noted the pictorial discordances of the picture, characterizing it as an accumulation of rather disparate details. Even allowing for deterioration of glazes and losses owing to over-cleaning, and while bearing in mind the subjective nature of qualitative judgements, the painting can nonetheless be said to exhibit many shortcomings of spatial organization and draughtsmanship. This was stated unequivocally by Van Dyke who was the first scholar publically to deny Rembrandt’s authorship of the panel, assigning it to an unidentified pupil . The name of Philips Koninck was first mentioned in connection with this panel by Cook in 1899 , an observation elaborated by Gerson in 1936 who noted afFinlandities between the present panel ‎(amongst others attributed to Rembrandt)‎, the
panoramic landscape experiments of Jan van Goyen in the 1640s and Koninck’s early works . Gerson attributed the present work to Koninck first in 1953, repeating his opinion in 1956 and Finlandally devoting a paper to it in 1965, since when his view has not been seriously questioned. Koninck, trained by his brother Jacob in Rotterdam, was probably never actually a pupil of Rembrandt, though he most likely studied Rembrandt’s landscapes after his return to Amsterdam in or shortly after 1640. Nothing certain is known of his painting career until 1647, the date on a signed panel in London with which the present work can be compared. Other early works suggest that, like Rembrandt, he studied the art of Hercules Segers and the division of the receding landscape into alternating light and dark bands in the present panel may have been derived directly from Segers’s example . Gerson’s proposed date of about 1645 has been accepted by recent commentators, so the present work has been placed as the earliest of a group of comparable landscapes.

Ivan Gaskell
Født ‎(3)‎ Philips ‎(de)‎ Koninck
‎(b Amsterdam, 5 Nov 1619; d Amsterdam, bur 6 Oct 1688)‎. Brother of ‎(2)‎ Jacob Koninck I. He is best known for his landscapes, although he also produced portraits, history and genre scenes.
Biografi Blandt sine samtidige, Koninck ‎(også Coning, Coningh, Coningh, Koning, Konnink)‎ blev Philips kendt som en figur maler med speciale i portrætter, genre og religiøse scener. Underligt nok, i dag er han kendt og rost som en Landskabsmaler.
Philips blev født i Amsterdam, som søn af en succesfuld guldsmed, og uddannet i studiet hos hans bror Jakob, en maler, der lærte ham fra 1639 til 1641 i Rotterdam. Efterfølgende vendte han tilbage til Amsterdam, hvor han boede resten af sit liv. Koninck var en velhavende mand, der ejede et selskab, som drev hestetrukne passager pramme mellem Rotterdam og Amsterdam. Han synes at have været en ven i stedet for en elev af Rembrandt , men han var bestemt påvirket af den store mester i sin måde at skildre bibelske motiver.
Koninck\'s landskaber er kendetegnet ved en høj synspunkt og en himmel, der fylder mindst halvdelen af billedet rummet. De er himmellandskaber så meget som omfattende landskaber. Wide strækninger af flad eller svagt kuperet terræn under en stor himmelhvælving er realistisk syn på Holland. Vandveje og stier krydser landet, husene er punkteret i forgrunden. Disse landskaber var for det meste udført i varm, brun-gule nuancer.
Landskabet med en høj himmel var særlig fordel i 1650\'erne og 1660\'erne, ikke kun i arbejdet i Koninck, men også i den, Jacob van Ruisdael og også i ætset landskaber Rembrandt.
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Man/vrouw/groep man

Nationaliteit/school Noord-Nederlands ‎(vóór 1775)‎

Geboorteplaats/datum Amsterdam 1619-11-05
Sterfplaats/datum Amsterdam 1688 – 1688-10-04 op 4 oktober 1688 begraven


Plaats/periode van werkzaamheid Rotterdam 1639 - 1641
Amsterdam 1641 - 1676
ca.1641


Kwalificatie prentkunstenaar, schilder, tekenaar

Onderwerp genrekunst
historie
landschappen
portretten
architectuur ‎(als genre)‎
boeren


Leerling van Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Rembrandt


Navolger van Seghers, Hercules

Nagevolgd door Borssom, Anthonie van

Naslagwerk Thieme/Becker 1907-1950 , dl. 21, p. 271-274
Witt Checklist 1978

Literatuur H. Gerson, Philips Koninck. Ein Beitrag zur Erforschung der holländischen Malerei des XVII. Jahrhunderts, Berlijn 1935 ‎(herdruk: Berlijn, 1980)‎
P.C. Sutton ‎[e.a.]‎, cat.tent. Masters of 17th Century Dutch Landscape Painting, Amsterdam ‎(Rijksmuseum)‎, Boston ‎(Museum of Finlande Arts)‎, Philadelphia ‎(Philadelphia Museum of Art)‎, 1987/1988, p. 366-371
J. Briels, Vlaamse schilders en de dageraad van Hollands Gouden Eeuw 1585-1630, Antwerpen ‎(Mercatorfonds)‎, 1997, p. 349


Standplaats ONS/Groep 550 - Historie: Rembrandt en school
ONS/Groep 558 - Genre 2: algemeen
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2
ONS/Groep 560 - Genre 2: volksleven
ONS/Groep 612 - Portretten: Rembrandt en school
ONS/Groep 676 - Originele grafiek ‎(op inventor)‎
ONS/Groep 700 - Gedateerde werken
ONS/Groep 800 - Voorordening schilderkunst
ONT/Groep 130 - Religie, mythologie, allegorie, historie en literatuur
ONT/Groep 134 - Genre: algemeen
ONT/Groep 136 - Genre: boeren
ONT/Groep 140 - Figuren
ONT/Groep 144 - Portretten en koppen
ONT/Groep 152 - Landschappen
ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur
ONT/Groep 164 - Italianiserende stadsgezichten en architectuur
ONT/Groep 166 - Kastelen, buitenplaatsen en tuinen
ONT/Groep 174 - Ornamenten, titelbladen en beeldhouwwerk
ONT/Groep 276 - Grafiek
ONT/Groep 278 - Voorordening tekenkunst
PDO/Nederlandse kunstenaars: K
ONS/Witt-microfiches
IB


Overige opmerkingen Broer van Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎, oom van Salomon en Jacob Koninck ‎(II)‎ en van Daniël de Koninck.

Recordnummer 45590
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Billeder- og medier

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Philips Köninck. Seamstress. 1671. Oil on wood. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.Philips Köninck. Seamstress. 1671. Oil on wood. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.  ‎(M1135)‎
Type: Malleri


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Philips Köninck. Landscape. 1664. Oil on canvas. Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands.Philips Köninck. Landscape. 1664. Oil on canvas. Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands.  ‎(M1134)‎
Type: Malleri


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Philips Köninck. View of Gelderland. 1655. Oil on canvas. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Lugano-Castagnola, Switzerland.Philips Köninck. View of Gelderland. 1655. Oil on canvas. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Lugano-Castagnola, Switzerland.  ‎(M1133)‎
Type: Malleri


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Philips Köninck. An Extensive Landscape with a Road by a Ruin. 1655. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK.Philips Köninck. An Extensive Landscape with a Road by a Ruin. 1655. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK.  ‎(M1132)‎
Type: Malleri


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Holland Landscape. Detail. 1655. Oil on canvas. Art Museum, Bucharest, Romania.Holland Landscape. Detail. 1655. Oil on canvas. Art Museum, Bucharest, Romania.  ‎(M1131)‎
Type: Malleri


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Village on a Hill. 1651. Oil on canvas. Sammlung Reinhart, Winterthur, SwitzerlandVillage on a Hill. 1651. Oil on canvas. Sammlung Reinhart, Winterthur, Switzerland  ‎(M1130)‎
Type: Malleri


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Joos van den Vondel - Philips Koninck - 1674Joos van den Vondel - Philips Koninck - 1674  ‎(M984)‎
Type: Malleri


Vis detaljer Note: Portret van Joost van den Vondel, dichter, op 87-jarige leeftijd.
Buste, driekwart naar rechts.

Titel:
Joost van den Vondel ‎(1587-1679)‎.
Dichter Joost van den Vondel ‎(1587-1679)‎. Poet
Kunstenaar: Koninck, Philips
Datering: 1674
Materiaal: doek
Afmeting: hoogte: 62 cm, breedte: 54 cm
Verwervingswijze: aankoop
Datum verwerving: 1901-05
Objectnummer: SK-A-1954
Inscriptie: signatuur, datum en inscriptie achterzijde: P. ko. 1674. oudt 87 j.
Objectnaam: schilderij
Collectie: schilderijen


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Riverscape 1676 Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam - Philip KoninckRiverscape 1676 Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam - Philip Koninck  ‎(M918)‎
Type: Malleri


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Landskab - Philips Koninck mellem 1650 til 1688Landskab - Philips Koninck mellem 1650 til 1688  ‎(M985)‎
Type: Malleri


Vis detaljer Note: Bosrand, hoog gelegen boven een rivier.
Herders drijven een kudde runderen over een landweg tussen bomen.
Links een uitgestrekt rivierlandschap met hier en daar een molen.

Titel: De ingang van het bos - The entrance to the woods
Kunstenaar: Koninck, Philips
Datering: 1650 tot 1688
Materiaal: doek
Afmeting: hoogte: 138 cm, breedte: 166 cm
Verwervingswijze: aankoop
Datum verwerving: 1808
Objectnummer: SK-A-207
Objectnaam: schilderij
Collectie: schilderijen


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Flodlandskab - Maler Philip Koninck - 1655Flodlandskab - Maler Philip Koninck - 1655  ‎(M983)‎
Type: Malleri


Vis detaljer Note: Vergezicht met hutten aan een weg. Een uitgestrekt rivierlandschap in vogelvluchtperspectief.
Langs een zandweg staat een rij boerenhuizen, daarachter een brug, in de verte een stad gelegen aan een rivier.


Vergezicht Philips Koninck Webexposities
Kunstwerken in het Rijkswidget ‎(Webspecial)‎ RijksCanon van het Rijksmuseum ‎(Tijdlijn)‎ RijksCanon ‎(Tijdlijn)‎
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Philips Koninck ‎(1619-1688)‎
De Rotterdammer Philips Koninck kreeg zijn opleiding van zijn broer Jacob. Omstreeks 1640,
het jaar dat hij in het huwelijk trad, verhuisde hij naar Amsterdam.
Mogelijk was hij daar werkzaam in het atelier van Rembrandt, maar zeker is dat niet.
Wel hoorde hij vrijwel zeker tot Rembrandts vriendenkring. In zijn vroege werk duidelijk invloed van Rembrandt te zien.
Nu is Koninck vooral bekend om zijn landschappen, maar in zijn eigen tijd vonden zijn genrestukken en portretten juist meer waardering.

Titel: Vergezicht met hutten aan een wegDistant view, with cottages lining a road
Kunstenaar: Koninck, Philips
Datering: 1655
Materiaal: doek
Afmeting: hoogte: 133 cm, breedte: 167.5 cm
Verwervingswijze: aankoop
Datum verwerving: 1967
Creditline: Aankoop met extra steun van het Rijk, de Vereniging Rembrandt, de Commissie voor Fotoverkoop en het Prins Bernard Fonds
Objectnummer: SK-A-4133
Inscriptie: signatuur en datum linksonder op een boerderij: P Koninck 1655
Objectnaam: schilderij
Collectie: schilderijen


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Allen Memorial Art Museum - Philips Koninck ‎(Dutch, Amsterdam 1619 - 1688 Amsterdam)‎Allen Memorial Art Museum - Philips Koninck ‎(Dutch, Amsterdam 1619 - 1688 Amsterdam)‎  ‎(M355)‎

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http:/www.rijksmuseum.nl/attachments/bulletin/1_2_p001_148.pdfhttp:/www.rijksmuseum.nl/attachments/bulletin/1_2_p001_148.pdf  ‎(M353)‎

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media/Sotheby.pdfmedia/Sotheby.pdf  ‎(M352)‎

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media/KONINCK, Philips, A Biblical Scene, c. 1660.JPGmedia/KONINCK, Philips, A Biblical Scene, c. 1660.JPG  ‎(M350)‎
Type: Malleri


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media/KONINCK, Philips ‎(1619-1688)‎ NL.JPGmedia/KONINCK, Philips ‎(1619-1688)‎ NL.JPG  ‎(M349)‎

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media/KONINCK, Philips, Landscape with a Distant Town, c. 1645-1646 museo_thyssen_g_CTB_1930_95.jpgmedia/KONINCK, Philips, Landscape with a Distant Town, c. 1645-1646 museo_thyssen_g_CTB_1930_95.jpg  ‎(M348)‎
Type: Malleri


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Rotterdam - 1652Rotterdam - 1652  ‎(M882)‎
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Forældre og familie
Far
Aert de Coninx II‎(de oude)‎ ‎(I901)‎
Født 1575
Død marts 1639 ‎(Alder 64)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Mor
nr.1
Bror
nr.2
Bror
Jacob Koninck I ‎(I899)‎
Født mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
3 år
nr.3
Bror
David Koninck ‎(I1184)‎
Født omkring 1618 43
nr.4
Bror
Daniel Koninck ‎(I1185)‎
Født omkring 1618 43
2 år
nr.5
Philips Aertsz. de Koninck ‎(I1102)‎
Født 5 november 1619 44 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død 1688 ‎(Alder 68)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
nr.6
Bror
nr.7
Søster
nr.8
Søster
Personens familie med Cornelia Furnerius
Philips Aertsz. de Koninck ‎(I1102)‎
Født 5 november 1619 44 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død 1688 ‎(Alder 68)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
8 år
Hustru
 
Cornelia Furnerius ‎(I1206)‎
Født 1628
Død 1654 ‎(Alder 26)‎

Ægteskab: 1640
Personens familie med Margaretha van Rijn
Philips Aertsz. de Koninck ‎(I1102)‎
Født 5 november 1619 44 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død 1688 ‎(Alder 68)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Hustru

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