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poet, glassmaker, art connoisseur
became 'schouwburgshoofd' in September 1647
Nationality/school
North Netherlandish
Born
Amsterdam 1610
c. 1610
Deceased
Amsterdam 1667-07/1667-07-12
buried on July 12 1667
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  • Amsterdam 1625 - 1667
    He had his glazier's shop in Kalverstraat (he was the official city glazier). His first success as a poet came with his tragedy 'Aran en Titus' (1641). He wrote countless occasional poems for the city's elite and made the 'tableaux vivants' commissioned by the city for festivities. From 1647 onwards he was one of the director's of the theatre.
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Creation date: 2011-07-23; Last modified date: 2022-04-07

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