Cornelis Stooter

A smalschip on a reach and other shipping beyond in a storm, fishermen on the shore by a beacon in the foreground

Oil on panel, 41.4 x 61.8 cm (16.3 x 24.3 inch)
Signed Sto

Provenance
Gunnar Philipson, Stockholm
Sale, Bukowski, Stockholm, 25 October 1973, lotnr 258
S. Nijstad, The Hague/Lochem
Van Romondt, Wassenaar
Willem M.J. Russell, Amsterdam
Galerie Müllenmeister, Solingen

Literature
L.J. Bol, Die Holländische Marinemaler des 17. Jahrhunderts. Braunschweig, 1973. Pp. 112–113, fig. 113

Cornelis Leonardsz Stooter (1595, in Leiden – 1655, in Leiden) was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter. Though known today for seacapes, his subjects were diverse, including a flower piece and various genre scenes. He married in Leiden in February 1623 and worked there for the rest of his life. In 1648 he became the first deacon of the new Leiden Guild of St. Luke. The painter always signed briefly STO.

Price
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