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North Netherlandish
Born
Nijmegen 1656-02/1656-02-19
baptized 19 February 1656 (Vis 2012, p. 13)
Deceased
The Hague 1706
in or after 1705 (Buijsen/Dumas et al. 1998: documented for the last time in 1705); probably early 1706 Vis 2012, p. 20); The new Hollstein (2017): The Hague (?) c. 1706
Family relationships
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son of Pieter van Call I; grandson Jan Becker Call; father of Jan van Call II and Peter van Call II
See also
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Active in
  • Nijmegen 1675 - 1677
    married 28 April 1684 to Agniet Wollik
  • Kleef
    visited Cleves several times when he was located in Nijmegen
  • Rijn (rivier) 1677
    It is not clear when Van Call made his trips abroad. Probably his made a trip along the Rhine before he relocated to The Hague. Moreover, not all of his drawings are made after nature; for some of his sketches he used prints (f.e. of Matthias Merian I, for a view of Trier, see Vis 2012, p.33, figs. 22-23).
  • Oberwesel
  • Hammerstein am Rhein
  • Szczecin 1677
  • Zwitserland
  • Rome
  • Nijmegen 1684 - 1688
    married 28 April 1684 to Agniet Wollik; a daughter Deliana (Odelia) in 1685 and a son Peter in 1687 (Vis 2012, p. 14)
  • Amsterdam 1688 - 1689
    baptism of his son 17 April 1689 (Vis 2012)
  • Berlijn 1690
    c. 1690 (Wiesinger 1980, p. 36)
  • Den Haag 1691 - 1705
    Vis 2012, p. 16-21. From The Hague Van Call regularly visited Amsterdam and made several trips to Germany, Italy and France (Pantus 2004, p. 31)
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landscape (as genre), italianate, architecture (genre)
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1991-11-27; Last modified date: 2020-10-28

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