(b. ca. 1617, Amsterdam, d. ca. 1668, Amsterdam)
Man in an Interior1648
Oil on panel, 66 x 55 cm
The artist here depicts a cavalier sitting at a table in an inn, ruefully holding his upturned glass, while an empty pewter jug rolls on the floor. In the background two servants are kissing in a doorway; the open window at the left offers the viewer a glimpse of a figure on a bridge.
This painting is traditionally entitled Het leege wijnglas (The Empty Wineglass).