Gallant Conversation, Known as ‘The Paternal Admonition’, Gerard ter Borch (II), c. 1654

Gallant Conversation, Known as ‘The Paternal Admonition’, Gerard ter Borch (II), c. 1654

oil on canvas, h 71cm × w 73cm. More details

With psychological sensitivity, Ter Borch here depicted three figures in a bedchamber. The young man, his sword still hanging from his belt and his hat resting in his lap, calls on the young woman. He makes a speaking gesture with his raised hand, while gazing intently at the girl in a magnificent satin gown. Is he making an indecent proposal? With her back turned, her reaction remains hidden from us.

On display in room 2.25 Immoral women Inns, taverns and brothels Daily life (paintings) Dogs and cats Gerard ter Borch

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