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JFQ
Nationality/school
South Netherlandish, French
Born
Antwerp 1590/1591
probably born in Antwerp (Thieme/Becker). Acccording to an autograph inscription on a drawing in Göttingen University (inv. no. H 465; RKDimages 50595) Fouquier was 13 years old in 1604
Deceased
Paris 1655-12/1656-01-04
He must have died between the end of December 1655 and 4 January 1656 (for the inventory of his inheretance, see Saur).
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friend of Nicolas Poussin; lived together with Philippe Vleughels, Pieter van Mol, Willem Kalf, Nicasius Bernaerts and Pieter van Boucle in 1644 in Paris (Saur)
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Period of activity
1612 - 1655
in 1614 registered as a master, but there is already work known dated 1612 (given of course that this date is read correctly) (Willigen). In the documentation at the RKD dated works range from 1617 till 1622 (M. de Kinkelder).
Active in
  • Antwerpen 1614 - 1616
    He was an apprentice in the Guild, but it is not known with which master (Willigen). According to Willigen he left shortly after 1614 for the South, but according to Thieme/Becker he was still mentioned in Antwerp in 1616.
  • Brussel 1616
    In 1616 registered in the Brussels' Guild and citizen of the city (Saur)
  • Heidelberg 1616 - 1619
    c. 1616 till c. 1618 court painter in Heidelberg
  • Brussel 1619 - 1621
    from c. 1619 till 1621 he worked in Brussels (Willigen), where he was master of Philippe de Champaigne (Saur)
  • Rome 1620
    after a short stay c. 1620) in Italy, Fouquier went in 1621 to Parijs (Thieme/Becker)
  • Venetië
  • Parijs 1621 - 1655
    From 1621 till his death active in Paris, although he also accepted assignments in other parts of France (Thieme/Becker; Willigen). On 15 July 1626 he received the assignment of Louis XIII to make city views of Paris for the Grande Galerie of the Louvre palace (Saur). In the same year he was elevated to the peerage.
  • Toulon 1626
    Saur
  • Aix-en-Provence 1627
    Saur
  • Toulon 1629
    Saur
  • Marseille 1629
    Saur
  • Toulon 1632 - 1633
    Saur
  • Parijs 1640 - 1655
    He worked in and for the Louvre (Saur). In 1644 together with Philippe Vleughels, Pieter van Mol, Willem Kalf, Nicasius Bernaerts and Pieter van Boeckel (Saur).
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Subjects
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architecture (genre), landscape (as genre), winter landscape
Medium/technique
oil paint
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Entered on: 1991-12-15; Modification on: 2017-06-05

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