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Karel
Fabricius
Netherlands 
1622−1654
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Probably was a student of Rembrandt in Amsterdam, he worked first in this city, and then, from 1650, in Delft, where he later died along with his entire family in the explosion of a powder cellar.

Of all the artists of the Rembrandt school, he remained more independent than others, he looked at nature with his own eyes and reproduced it in all its simplicity, without embellishing Rembrandt chiaroscuro, but with a strong and sunny, juicy, pleasant brush. His paintings are a great rarity.

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Artworks by the artist
30 artworks total
Karel Fabricius. Goldfinch
35
Goldfinch
1654, 33.5×22.8 cm
Karel Fabricius. Time
5
Time
1654, 68×58 cm
Karel Fabricius. Self-portrait
5
Self-portrait
1645, 65×49 cm
Karel Fabricius. A young man in a fur hat and armor (possibly self-portrait)
2
A young man in a fur hat and armor (possibly self-portrait)
1654, 70.5×61.5 cm
Karel Fabricius. View Of Delft
1
View Of Delft
1652, 15.5×31.7 cm
Karel Fabricius. The beheading of St. John the Baptist (workshop of Rembrandt van Rijn, the authorship is not confirmed)
3
The beheading of St. John the Baptist (workshop of Rembrandt van Rijn, the authorship is not confirmed)
1645, 149×121 cm
Karel Fabricius. Abraham de Potter, a silk merchant in Amsterdam
1
Abraham de Potter, a silk merchant in Amsterdam
1649, 68.5×57 cm
Karel Fabricius. Self-portrait
1
Self-portrait
1645, 62.4×51.1 cm
Karel Fabricius. Portrait of woman with handkerchief
1
Portrait of woman with handkerchief
1644, 124×100 cm
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