The Lawyer’s Office
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– Marinus van Reymerswaele is known to have worked on a small number of themes but they were extremely popular in the 16th century.
– According to research, the documents in the background of the painting refer to an actual lawsuit about a salt refinery which began in 1526 in the town of Reymerswaele on the North Sea.
– This painting is yet another popular work of art that satirizes the legal profession.
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Between 1533 and 1545, Marinus van Reymerswaele made distinctive paintings of lawyers, bankers, and moneychangers which relate to fundamental changes in the legal and commercial infrastructure in the sixteenth century. His works are mostly adapted from other artists such as Quentin Massys and Albrecht Dürer, but he brought a unique sense of Mannerist caricature and vivid realism to his works. The Lawyer’s Office is only one of five themes that he painted multiple times throughout his career. A copy of the painting is now in the New Orleans Museum of Art.
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