|Jan Steen Self-portrait, 1670. He painted|
himself often and without a trace of vanity.
|Wine Is a Mocker, 1668, Jan Steen--no doubt a scene Steen had seen many times.|
|The Burgomaster of Delft and his Daughter, 1655, Jan Steen,|
(Sometimes know as, Double portrait of Adolf Croeser and his daughter Catharina.)
|The Feast of St. Nicolas, 1665-68, Jan Steen. No tree, not even any greenery,|
but notice the father explaining to his baby daughter how Sinterklaas gains entry.
|Beware of Luxury, 1663, Jan Steen. Every detail serves to convey the message.|