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Willem Claesz. Heda

Qualifications
painter, draftsman
Nationality/school
North Netherlandish
Born
Haarlem 1594-12-14
Streng 2004
Deceased
Haarlem 1680-08/1680-08-24
burried on 25 August 1680
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He was the third son of city architect Claes Pietersz (1558-1632) and Anna Claesdr. Rooswijk ; they would have five children in all, among which the painter Willem); his father was not a member of the Heda family but of the Begijn / Bega family; the name Heda came through the mother; his uncle (NB: not his brother!) was the painter Cornelis Claesz Heda (c.1566-1619); in Ampzing 1628 he is called Claes Pietersz. Bagijn. On 9 june 1619 he married Cornelia Jacobsdr. van Ryck (died 22 January 1668), daughter of a brewer. They had two sons and five daughters: the eldest son became a priest, while the youngest son Gerrit, trained as a painter died in july 1649; thanks to their wealth the could give two of their daughters substantial doweries, so they could marry rich brewers.
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  • Haarlem 1614 - 1680
    ca. 1614-1680; in 1616 he became a member of the St. George Civic Guard; in 1642-1645 he became a corporal . He was not only a painter, but also participated in breweries (through his family connections, in 1667 he had his own brewery) and dabbled in the tulip-mania bubble. It is not known when he joined the Guild, only that he served it as warden for 1631-1632, 1637-1638, 1643 and 1651, dean in 1644 and 1652-1653 (see: van Thiel-Stroman 2006, p. 190)
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Subjects
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still life, vanitas, Christian religious scene, portrait
Medium/technique
oil paint
Entered on: 1992-01-10; Modification on: 2018-05-03

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