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Qualifications
painter, draftsman, court painter
Born
Antwerp 1600-01-23
Deceased
Amsterdam 1652-10/1652-10-07
died shortly before 7 October 1652
See also
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  • Antwerpen 1619 - 1626
    He became a master in the Guild of Saint Luke's in 1619; he got married in 1622; in 1624 Artus Verhoeven is mentioned as being his pupil; for the last time mentioned in Antwerp in 1626
  • Amsterdam 1629
    In the inventory of the possessions of Abraham Govaerts it says 'woonende tot Amsterdam' [= living in Amsterdam] (Duverger 1987, p. 164)
  • Utrecht 1632 - 1637
    in the beginning of 1632 mentioned in Utrecht as a painter from Amsterdam; according to Härting 2018 he stayed in Utrecht until 1637; according to Willigen/de Kinkelder 1993/1998 he moved back to Amsterdam in 1632
  • Amsterdam 1632 - 1636
    Willigen/de Kinkelder 1993/1998
  • Londen (Engeland) 1637-08 - 1641
    in the service of King Charles I
  • Yorkshire (graafschap) 1639
    painted a series of ten or more paintings of royal castles and places in England and Schotland for King Charles I
  • Schotland 1639
  • Amsterdam 1641 - 1652
    citizenship on 30 January 1652 (Scheltema 1853)
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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.
forest landscape, landscape (as genre), winter landscape
Medium/technique
oil paint
Entered on: 1991-11-27; Modification on: 2019-05-21

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