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June 28, 1577 – May 30, 1640. Flemish Baroque painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Pieter de Ring 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
75771 Krebsen und Zitronen Pieter de Ring Krebsen und Zitronen Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 58,2 x 48,1 cm cyf
75826 Still Life of Musical Instruments Pieter de Ring Still Life of Musical Instruments 17th century Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions ? ?? cm cyf
74326 Still Life with a Golden Goblet Pieter de Ring Still Life with a Golden Goblet c. 1635 - 60 Oil on canvas 100 x 85 cm cjr
75761 Still Life with a Golden Goblet Pieter de Ring Still Life with a Golden Goblet Date c. 1635 - 60 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 100 x 85 cm cyf
74536 Still Life with Lobster Pieter de Ring Still Life with Lobster c. 1650 Oil on canvas 89.5 x 116.8 cm cjr
76080 Still Life with Lobster Pieter de Ring Still Life with Lobster Date c. 1650 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 89.5 x 116.8 cm cyf
74421 Stilleben mit Romer, Krebsen und Zitronen Pieter de Ring Stilleben mit Romer, Krebsen und Zitronen Oil on canvas 58,2 x 48,1 cm cjr

Pieter de Ring
(1615/1620 - 22 September 1660, Leiden) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of still lifes. became famous for his opulent, flashy still lifes or banquet pieces with fruit, a lobster, a goblet, shrimps, oysters, a rug and Chinese porcelain. His signature is often a painted ring or with the Latinised form of his name, P.Ab.Annulo. De Ring was born either in Leiden, or in Ypres in Flanders, but there is no trace of his birth in the Leiden archives, and the Ypres Archives were destroyed in August 1914. Pieter de Ring started as a mason and painted still lifes in the evening. When the hall was filled with paintings he became a pupil of Jan Davidsz. de Heem, until 1635 living in Leiden. His father Daniel died in 1648; in 1657 his mother lived in Amsterdam. De Ring himself lived in a house at Hogewoerd. There are no records in the Leiden Archive on his marriage or children. He appears not to have bought a house there nor wrote a will. What is known is that he became one of the founders a member and of the Guild of St. Luke in 1648, De Ring was buried in the Pieterskerk, Leiden on 22 September 1660 and taken to church from a house in the Nonnensteeg. If he had his studio there he probably had a view on the Leiden Academy building. If he lived on the east side of the alley he had a beautiful view on the Hortus Botanicus of Leiden, the work of Clusius.
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