Portrait of a Woman II Framed Reproduction Wall Art Print
This Reproduction piece features original artwork by Frans Hals in 1635. Hals was a Dutch Golden Age painter who specialized in group portraiture, and was known for his role in the evolution of 17th century group portrait painting. He taught other artists in the impressionist movement including Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Édouard Manet and Gustave Corbet. Frans Hals' works are in museums across the world, including the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and his own museum, the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem. Our Wall Art Collection is curated and reproduced in partnership with the Rijksmuseum. Sourced from around the globe, each piece is made using advanced printing technology faithful to the original medium—offering authentic artwork to bring history into your home. With every purchase, you’re supporting the preservation and reproduction of historic works.
Details You'll Appreciate
- Detailed Reproduction of artwork by Frans Hals
- As a Public Domain work of art, the purchase of this piece supports the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
- Antique wood cap frame
- Assembled in the USA of domestic and imported parts
- Wipe clean with lightly dampened cloth as needed