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Thomas Howard (2nd Earl of Arundel)

male / English
Qualifications
noble, art collector, patron, politician
Together with his wife, he collected Greek and Roman sculpture, and paintings and drawings from the Renaissance and Baroque periods; they were also maecenases to several artists, such as Anthony van Dyck and Peter Paul Rubens; the collection was sold at auction on October 26th, 1684 (Lugt no. 7).
Nationality/school
English
Born
1585-07-07
Deceased
1646-10-04
Family relationschips
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
Husband of Lady Alethea Talbot (1585-1654), who lived in exile in Utrecht since 1641; she died in Amsterdam (Dudok van Heel 1991).
See also
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acquired many works of art through the art dealer Nijs, who was located in Venice
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1600 - 1646
c. 1600-1646
External links
Wikipedia
Entered on: 2010-12-20; Modification on: 2018-07-02

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