Het werkelijke onderwerp van Aert de Gelders 'Heilige Familie' te Berlijn. (Dutch/Flemish)

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      The article discusses the art attribution of painter Aert de Gelder. According to the author, the artworks and masterpieces done by de Gelder represent and depicts faithfulness and religious subjects in congruence with his naturalism with opinions that are associated with Jewish practice and customs. Art analyst interpret the works of de Gelder as a profane and blatantly unhistorical fiction because early painters are obliged to base their subject on the issues and circumstances found in the environment. Several painting works of de Gelder are presented which includes "The holy Family," "The Feast in Celebration of Isaac's Weaning," and "The Banishment of Hagar and Ishmael."