Netscher: Woman Feeding a Parrot, Button

About the Artist

Caspar Netscher (1639–1684) was a Dutch portrait and genre painter of German origin who trained under Gerard ter Borch. Though best known for his exquisite domestic interior paintings, Netscher in fact produced surprisingly few works in this genre before transitioning to the more lucrative field of portraiture.

Netscher: Woman Feeding a Parrot, Button

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Created in celebration of the exhibition Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry, this fabric-covered button features a detail of Caspar Netscher's Woman Feeding a Parrot, with a Page (1666) from the National Gallery of Art permanent collection. Considered Netscher's finest work, this exceptional painting displays the full range of the Dutch master's technique, his talent as a portraitist, and his ability to depict interactions among the social elite. The button can be sewn on or fastened with the included gold-tone kilt pin.

  • 1.25 inches
  • Handmade in Chile

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