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Nationality/school
North Netherlandish
Born
Haarlem 1599
ca. 1599
Deceased
The Hague 1660-11-23
Family relationships
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son of Jacob Matham (1571-1631) and Maritge van Poelenburch (1577-1665); brother of Jan and Theodor Matham. Married 1) in Haarlem on 6 November 1632 Cornelia Claesdr van Duijnen; 2) in Haarlem on/before 31 October 1638 to Annetgen Pietersz and 3) in Amsterdam he had the banns put up on November 15, 1642, although living in Haarlem, with Leentie Thiel (De Vries 1885); step-grandson of Hendrick Goltzius
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Haarlem 1620 - 1622
  • Parijs 1622
  • Haarlem 1622 - 1640
    He is portrayed by Frans Hals standing on the left in the group portrait of the Officers of the St. Hadrian Militia Company (RKDimages 11012).
  • Marokko 1640-09-01 - 1641-11-12
    traveled in the party of the envoy of the States General (Anthonius de Liederkerk) to Marokko; visited Madeira on the way back (De Waal 1940). On his trip he wrote a diary and made at least 29 drawings (Atlas van der Hem, Vienna).
  • Madeira (eiland)
  • Haarlem 1642
  • Den Haag 1644 - 1660
    listed as an art dealer from 1648 to 1655; member of the guild 1644, paying his fee in 1645 and 1646. Rented a huse on Spui in 1648
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Subjects
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portrait, genre, landscape (as genre), Christian religious scene
Medium/technique
oil paint
Product
devotional print
Creation date: 1992-02-01; Last modified date: 2022-02-08

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