Moses Saved from the Waters of the Nile, c.1639/40 Claude Lorrain (c.1602-1682)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 209 x 138 cm
Moses Saved from the Waters of the Nile, c.1639/40 | Claude Lorrain | Painting Reproduction

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14th June 2016 11:08pm
Claude Lorrain - Landscape with the Finding of Moses

Painted in about 1638, certainly by Claude's own hand, it was bought with eight others from the artist by Philip IV. As is generally the case with his landscapes, the figures were accessories requested by the client, and were added by other artists to a picture which was conceived as a pure landscape. A Frenchman in Rome, first associated with Tassi, Breenbergh and Bril, then with Poussin, Dequesnoy, Sandrart and Pieter van Laer, Claude, from his first beginnings until the years of his fame, followed an independent course. He made a single-minded communion with nature - not always faithfully reproduced, in fact often interpreted fantastically - at times associated with dreams of remote, fabulous antiquity, and with scenes of palaces drenched in light, of temples, ruins and seaports lit up by the rising or the setting sun. Claude repeated this landscape, but with a different illumination between the intersecting masses of trees. Here there is a sparkling sheet of water beyond the waterfall, and beyond it extends the aqueduct towards the valley and Mount Soracte, in a haze of silvery veils under the wide, sunny sky. The lyrical devotion of these landscapes engrosses one in a contemplation where every consideration gives way to that of the root identity of man vis-a-vis nature. From this point of view, Claude went beyond genre in both the rustic, country-style or hunting mode and in the staging of sacred or mythological scenes - which he retained only for clients bound to literary and rhetorical themes. As an artist he was responsible for a new concept, that of the exclusive and independent choice of one's own conditions of expression. The solitary landscape, with its inviting trees and hills, with its intimate aspect of a world that can open up at any moment and at every step, is the hero of his art.