Joris Bossaert

painter, lacquerer
North Netherlandish
Middelburg (Zeeland)
from Zeeland (Hoogewerff 1952)
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married 1) to Kerobine Lucine/Cherubina Lucina in Rome on 20 June 1626 (she turned out to be an adulterous woman, notorious as a prostitute in Rome. Bossaert put her under house-arrest for this reason) (Dudok van Heel/Giskes 1984) and 2) to Elisabeth van Brandenburgh (died 1633) in Utrecht on 23 June 1633
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  • Parijs 1617
    became apprentice of painter Jacques Baudemont, who he, in his turn would teach lacquering ('Montrer et enseigner bien et dûment comme il appartient, et jusque à perfection se faire et ouvrager le vernis de la Chine et tout ce qui en dépend'). At the time he lived in the rue saint-Honoré ( Levert 2017A).
  • Rome 1623 - 1626
    co-founder of the Bentvueghels in 1623; lived in Via del Babuino in 1625, together with Bartholomeus Breenbergh and Willem Molijn; married the following year to Cherubina Lucina (Hoogewerff 1952)
  • Dordrecht 1626-11-06
    on 6 November 1626 a certain Joris Bossert became a member of the Dordrecht guild. Possibly identical with Joris Bossaert? (Thieme/Becker 1910)
  • Middelburg (Zeeland) 1633
    Dudok van Heel/Giskes 1984
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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.
probably the same as the draftsman of the portrait of Francesco de Mello (Hoogewerff 1952, p. 51)
oil paint
Creation date: 2007-07-31; Last modified date: 2021-06-19


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