Offering to Ceres, c.1619 | Jacob Jordaens | Painting Reproduction
Offering to Ceres, c.1619 | Jacob Jordaens | Painting Reproduction

Offering to Ceres, c.1619
Jacob Jordaens (1593-1678)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 165 x 112 cm
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Jacob Jordaens - "Offerings to Ceres"

Earlier than the preceding work, datable to about 1620, the painting is fundamental to an understanding of how Jordaens, along with the influence from Rubens, had direct recourse to Caravaggio (and not only for the dirty feet of the kneeling boy which recall the similar ones in the Madonna of the Rosary) and acquired his sense of regular volumes and assertive solid forms that are coloured and illuminated by a beam of oblique light. The "snapshot" composition (it does not appear to have been cut down), with the figures truncated and as if just coming onto the scene, and the perceptible convergence of the structure within the limited space, also are elements that come down from Caravaggio. The country people's homage to the living goddess is domestic, like the dialogue of the forms and colours, especially between the melodious greys, the warm browns and the gamut of reds, which expand in a contained symphony, dominated above by the fruit of Ceres' harvest.
14th June 2016 6:11pm

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