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North Netherlandish
Born
Amsterdam 1598
c. 1598 (Bakker 2008A, p. 197); his marriage certificate states that he was born in Amsterdam (Meij-Tolsma 1988, p. 49)
Deceased
Leeuwarden 1636-06-27
(P. Dirkse 2001, p. 40); he died of the plague (Bakker 2008A, p. 197)
Family relationships
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son of Jacob Theunisz (1569-1625) and Pietertgen Lubbertsdr (born 1570); married to 1) Aechje Thonisdr (died 1632), in Leeuwarden, 8 July 1620 and 2) Hillegont Dircks Velius (1603-1636), in 1633 in Hoorn; father of Abraham (Lambertsz.) van den Tempel (Bakker 2008A, p. 197)
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  • Amsterdam 1620
    According to his marriage certificate, he was born in Amsterdam and still lived there in 1620 (Meij-Tolsma 1988, p. 49; Bakker 2008, p. 108; Bakker 2008A, p. 197). It is often said that he was in Rome in 1620, but he probably wasn't, since he married in Leeuwarden on July 8, 1620 (Meij-Tolsma 1988, p. 48-50). In 1621 he became a citizen of Leeuwarden; he was then called ‘schildenaer van Amsterdam’ (painter of Amsterdam) (Bakker 2008A, p. 197)
  • Leeuwarden 1620 - 1636
    According to Bakker, he was active in Leeuwarden from 1620 to 1636 (Bakker 2008A, p. 235). In 1620 he married Aechje Thonisdr in Leeuwarden; in 1621 he became a citizen of Leeuwarden; in 1636 he died of the plague in Leeuwarden (Bakker 2008A, p. 197). He was active in this city as a painter, art dealer and pastor (Bakker 2008A, p. 197). From Leeuwarden he undertook several missionary trips to Cleves. On one of these trips he took Govert Flinck with him from Cleves to Leeuwarden, to become his pupil (Bakker 2008, p. 196). Lambertsz was in Hoorn in 1633 and married his second wife there, but he seems to have continued to live in Leeuwarden (Bakker 2008A, p. 197)
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Subjects
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.
history (as a genre), Christian religious scene, landscape (as genre), italianate, portrait
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1992-01-11; Last modified date: 2021-10-04

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