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by Audrey Jeanne Roberts
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Digitally retouched, cropped portion of original painting. In a barn, a young maid squats while milking a brown and white spotted cow. Standing nearby, another cow seems to be waiting its turn. Gerard ter Borch treated the routine chore of milking in a straightforward manner, rejecting the humorous themes often favored by seventeenth-century Dutch genre painters. He was especially skilled at rendering the textures and surfaces of objects like those found in the foreground: the roughly hewn stool, the wooden basin filled with water, the chipped ceramic crock, and the shiny metal hinges of the buckets. The painting's muted colors and subtle play of light are characteristic of Ter Borch's work.1729-1784 A Maid Milking a Cow in a Barn; Gerard ter Borch (Dutch, 1617 - 1681); about 1652 - 1654; Oil on panel; 47.3 × 49.8 cm (18 5/8 × 19 5/8 in.); 83.PB.232
Audrey Jeanne is an artist in acrylics, watercolor and pastels. She has had the incredible joy and privilege of seeing her art placed on many thousands of products. Ranging from home decor, fabric lines, wedding stationery, wearable arts, crafting, stationery and as a published illustrator and author of inspirational gift books. She never grows tired of spending her days working at a career she passionately loves, and her great loves often become the subjects of her work. Having been born and raised in San Diego, the ocean and all the creatures within feature significantly in her work. Recently moving to the mountains has opened her heart to painting forest, mountain, lodge and lake designs. Audrey Jeanne loves to garden and the...
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