Dutch Golden Age Painting or 17th Century Genre painting shares characteristics with Baroque such as realism and chiaroscuro, but lacked the sheer spectacle and idealization common in the Baroque movement. It was incredibly detailed for the most part. There was more secular paintings than in Baroque, religious art only a very small part of this movement. Mostly it was images of common everyday images. Historical paintings, portraits, still lifes, landscapes, and common scenes of the time were painted mostly. A huge amount of paintings were produced during this time.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_Golden_Age_painting

La Tour's "Cheater with an Ace of Diamonds"