1617, Dec1681, Dec 8
a Dutch genre painter who lived in the Dutch Golden Age. He received an excellent education from his father Gerard ter Borch the Elder, also an artist, and developed his talent very early. Ter Borch is a significant painter of genre subjects. He is known for his rendering of texture in draperies, for example in The Letter and in The Gallant Conversation, engraved by Johann Georg Wille. Ter Borch's works are comparatively rare; about eighty have been catalogued.
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