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JVB
Nationality/school
North Netherlandish
Born
Utrecht 1654
Deceased
Utrecht 1727-03-06
Family relationships
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brother of Jacob van Bunnick
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Utrecht 1668 - 1671
    pupil of Herman Saftleven
  • Kleef 1672
    c. 1672, pupil of G. Hoet (Saur 1997)
  • Rees 1672
    together with Andries de With and Justus van den Nijpoort, met G. Hoet there in 1672 (Houbraken; Gerson 1942/1983, p. 203)
  • Frankfurt am Main 1672
    According to Houbraken, he worked for Matthias Merian II in Frankfurt for a while.
  • Heidelberg 1672
    Houbraken
  • Speyer 1672
    worked here for the elector (Houbraken)
  • Straatsburg
    according to Houbraken
  • Zürich
    according to Houbraken
  • Milaan 1678
    crossed the alps to Milan (Houbraken); traveled in Italy between c. 1678 and 1684 (Hoogewerff 1952)
  • Genua
    worked there with Pieter Mulier (called Tempesta) (Houbraken; Saur 1997)
  • Livorno
    in the service of the Dutch consul
  • Rome
    had in Rome contact with Carlo Maratta, Abraham Genoels, Ferdinand Voet and Cornelis Bloemaert (Saur 1997)
  • Napels
  • Bologna
  • Ferrara
  • Venetië
    worked in the studio of Johann Carl Loth in Venice; Jan van Bunnik probably stayed in Venice around 1675 before he entered the service of Francesco d’Este in Modena, for whom he is thought to have worked almost eight years. Strikingly enough, no works by Bunnik are mentioned in the inventories of the Este family.
  • Modena 1678 - 1684
    worked eight years as a court painter for Francesco II d'Este (Saur 1997)
  • Rome
    travelled there together with Duke Francesco II d'Este (Houbraken)
  • Turijn
  • Lyon 1684
    traveled with Ferdinand Voet from Italy and met Adriaen van der Kabel, P. van Bloemen and a certain Gillis Weenix in Lyon (Houbraken; Gerson 1942/1983, p. 58)
  • Parijs 1684
  • Utrecht 1684 - 1727
    in the service of Willem III; made a.o. large landscapes for Het Loo Palace and houses in Zeist and Voorst (Houbraken)
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This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
landscape (as genre)
Medium/technique
oil paint
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Creation date: 1991-11-25; Last modified date: 2020-11-08

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