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North Netherlandish
Born
Amsterdam 1625-02-18/1625-02-21
christened on February 21, 1625
Deceased
Amsterdam 1704-12-01
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14 pictures of the village of Maarssen, probably commissioned by Joan Huydecoper.
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  • Utrecht (stad) 1640
    c. 1640 to study at the University: he lived with the rector magnificus Gisbertus Voetius
  • Leiden 1646
    wrote his dissertation in Leiden
  • Saumur (Maine-et-Loire) 1647
    After his stay in France, he had the intention of travelling to Italy by way of Switzerland. As he however spend far too much money per month (fl. 300 a month on avarage, equivalent to a good yearly salary), his father stopped his allowance.
  • Genève 1647
    For lack of money, he had to stay in Geneva.
  • Rome 1649 - 1652
    He persuaded Hendrick Verschuring to go back to Rome with him, which he did and with whom he then stayed for three years (Houbraken 1719)
  • Amsterdam 1650 - 1704
    ca. 1650-1704; on 12 March 1656 he married in Amsterdam and worked on the Keizersgracht for the Firm of Coymans. Here he quickly came into conflict with his mother-in-law, the redoutable Sophia Trip. As a result Joan and his wife moved to Lauriergracht 86, staying on his estate Goudenstein outside Amsterdam when possible. Between 1673 and 1693 he was 13 times burgomaster of Amsterdam, was a board member of the VOC and Councillor of the Amsterdam Admiralty in 1681
  • Berlijn 1655
    accompagnied his father and Pieter de Graeff to Berlin to negotiate an alliance against Sweden
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Creation date: 2004-08-10; Last modified date: 2021-07-09

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