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painter, court painter, university lecturer, faience painter
courtpainter and lute player at the court of Karl I Ludwig of the Palatine, later of his successor
Nationality/school
North Netherlandish, German
He left Amsterdam in 1655 with his parents and lived in Frankfurt from the begining of 1656, while he moved to Frankenthal shortly afterwards (Zehl 1995).
Born
Amsterdam 1652-10/1652-11-03
baptized on 3 November 1652 (Zehl 1995)
Deceased
Friedrichsfeld (Mannheim) 1738-11/1738-11-18
He died before 18 November 1738, probably in Friedrichsfeld near Mannheim (Zehl 1995).
Family relationships
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son of Hendrick van der Borcht II and grandson of Hendrick van der Borcht I; he married Catharina van Asten in Aachen on 22 November 1682
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oil paint
Creation date: 1991-11-21; Last modified date: 2020-10-28

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