River Landscape with a Boar Hunt

River Landscape with a Boar Hunt, or Dutch: Rivierlandschap met everzwijnjacht, is a c.1600 painting by the Dutch artist Joos de Momper, now in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.[1] The artist uses a high point of view, like in Altdorfer's The Battle of Alexander at Issus (1528-1529) and Brueghel's The Hunters in the Snow (1565). Later, de Momper mostly used a lower point of view, establishing what would become a typical feature of 17th century Dutch and Flemish landscapes, such as Windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede.[citation needed]

River Landscape with Boar Hunt
Joos de Momper (II) - River Landscape with a Boar Hunt.jpg
ArtistJoos de Momper
Yearc. 1590-1635
MediumOil on panel
Dimensions121 cm × 196.5 cm (48 in × 77.4 in)


  1. ^ "Rivierlandschap met everzwijnjacht, Joos de Momper (II), ca. 1590 - ca. 1635". Rijksmuseum (in Dutch). Retrieved 2021-11-16.