Adrian van Ostade (December 10, 1610 — bur. May 2, 1685) was a Dutch genre painter and a gifted etcher-print-maker.
He was the eldest son of Jan Hendricx Ostade, a weaver from the town of Ostade near Eindhoven. Although Adriaen and his brother Isaack were born in Haarlem, they adopted the name “van Ostade” as painters.
Adrian van Ostade “The Angler” executed by Van ostade and etched AFTER the artist. Printed on early japon paper with small margins printed approximate 1800—1820.
Etching, measuring 4.50 by 7 inches
Art (paintings, prints, frames)