Frans Hals Art Photos

Frans Hals (c1580-1666) a Dutch painter.

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Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch portrait by Frans Hals at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Portrait of a couple by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.The Bohemian painting by Frans Hals of Haarlem at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.St. John the Evangelist painting by Frans Hals at J. Paul Getty Museum Center. Malibu, CA.
Pieter Cornelisz van der Morsch portrait (1616) by Frans Hals at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Portrait of a couple (c1622) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.The Bohemian painting (c1626) by Frans Hals of Haarlem at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.St. John the Evangelist painting (1625-8) by Frans Hals at J. Paul Getty Museum Center. Malibu, CA.
Portrait of a Lady painting by Frans Hals at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Portrait of Pieter Verdonck by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Young Man in a Large Hat painting by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Militiaman holding a Berkemeyer painting by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.
Portrait of a Lady painting (1627) by Frans Hals at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Portrait of Pieter(?) Verdonck (c1627) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Young Man in a Large Hat painting (c1628-30) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Militiaman holding a Berkemeyer (aka Merry Drinker) painting (c1628-30) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.
Portrait of an Elderly Lady by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of Tielman Roosterman by Frans Hals at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Portrait of a Dutch Family painting by Frans Hals of Haarlem, The Netherlands at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.Portrait of Lucas de Clercq by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.
Portrait of an Elderly Lady (1633) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of Tielman Roosterman (1634) by Frans Hals at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Portrait of a Dutch Family painting (mid-1630s) by Frans Hals of Haarlem, The Netherlands at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.Portrait of Lucas de Clercq (c1635) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.
Portrait of a man by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of a woman by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of Feyntje van Steenkiste by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of a Member of the Haarlem Civic Guard by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Portrait of a man (c1635) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of a woman (c1635) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of Feyntje van Steenkiste (1635) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of a Member of the Haarlem Civic Guard (1636-8) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Militia Company of District XI under Command of Captain Reynier Reael painting by Frans Hals & Pieter Codde at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Detail of Militia Company of District XI under Command of Captain Reynier Reael painting by Frans Hals & Pieter Codde at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of Gentleman in White by Frans Hals at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Portrait of a woman by Frans Hals at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.
Militia Company of District XI under Command of Captain Reynier Reael (aka Meagre Company) painting (1637) by Frans Hals & Pieter Codde at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Detail of Militia Company of District XI under Command of Captain Reynier Reael (aka Meagre Company) painting (1637) by Frans Hals & Pieter Codde at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of Gentleman in White (c1637) by Frans Hals at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Portrait of a woman (1638) by Frans Hals at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.
Portrait of Maritge Claesdr Vooght by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of elderly man by Frans Hals of Netherlands at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Portrait of elderly woman by Frans Hals of Netherlands at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Portrait of Seated Man by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, ON.
Portrait of Maritge Claesdr Vooght (1639) by Frans Hals at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of elderly man (Heer Bodolphe?) (1643) by Frans Hals of Netherlands at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Portrait of elderly woman (Mevrouw Bodolphe?) (1643) by Frans Hals of Netherlands at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Portrait of Seated Man (c1645) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, ON.
Willem Coymans portrait by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of François Wouters by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Portrait of Susanna Bailly, 2nd wife of François Wouters by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Adriaen van Ostade portrait by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Willem Coymans portrait (1645) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of François Wouters (c1645) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Portrait of Susanna Bailly, 2nd wife of François Wouters (c1645) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Adriaen van Ostade portrait (1645-8) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Portrait of a Man by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of Man by Frans Hals at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Portrait of a Man by Frans Hals of Netherlands at Memorial Art Gallery. Rochester, NY.
Portrait of a Man (1648-50) by Frans Hals at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of Man (c1650) by Frans Hals at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Portrait of a Man (c1655-60) by Frans Hals of Netherlands at Memorial Art Gallery. Rochester, NY.

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