Artist David Teniers the Younger (Flemish, 1610–1690)
Object Place: England
Legacy dimension: (sight) print OH: 18 3/8" (sight) print OW: 23" frame OH: 23 3/8" frame OW: 28"
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Artist-Teniers, published by John Boydell, J. B. Michell Sculpt. Engraved at bottom left:”Teniers Pinxit” engraved at bottom center: “Published July 1st, 1777 by John Boydell Engraver in Cheapside London.” engraved at bottom right: “J.B. Michell Sculpt.” Engraving of an Eighteenth century kitchen. Four men in the left foreground are preparing fish. On a platform on the left a hot dish is offered to an elaborately dressed man, perhaps the master of the house. The background is essentially on the left side of the engraving. It depicts five people preparing food in front of a large fireplace. Framed in a broad black frame with gilt linear.
Gift of Miss Aimée and Miss Rosamond Lamb