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Michiel van Mierevelt

painter, draftsman, decorative painter
According to Boitet 1729 he was also a decorative painter.
North Netherlandish
According to Gerson 1942/1983 (based on Van Hoogstraten 1678), Mierevelt exported paintings from his studio to France.
Delft 1566-05-01
Jansen/Ekkart/Verhave 2011, p. 27; Ecartico: 1567-05-01
Delft 1641-06-27
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son of Jan Miechelszen Miereveld (1528-1612) and Maritgen Cleophasdr. van Medemblik, daughter of a glass painter; married to 1) Stijntgen Pietersdr. van der Pas (1558-1628), in Delft 1589-04-11, and 2) to Anna Huijssens (died 1645) in Delft 1633-01-09. Father of Geertrui Michielsdr. van Miereveld (1594-1639) who married the engraver Willem Jacobsz. Delff (1580-1638) in Delft 1618-01-14), which makes him grandfather of the engraver Jacob Willemsz. Delff II (1619-1661); Maria Michielsdr. van Miereveld (1595-1636, married to the cartographer Johan Dircxz van Beest van Eemskerck (1602-1648), in Delft 1629-07-01, which makes him grandfather of Dirck Jansz Heemskerck van Beest (1634-1685), city councilor of Delft till 1672); Pieter van Miereveld (1596-1623) and Jan van Miereveld (1604-1633) (Ecartico); brother in law of Johan Huyssen (Wolleswinkel 2005)
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  • Delft 1578 - 1581
    c. 1578-1581: pupil in Delft with Willem Willemsz. and Augustijn (Jansen/Ekkart/Verhave 2011, p. 28)
  • Utrecht (stad) 1581 - 1583
    1581-1583: pupil of Anthonie Blocklandt van Montfoort (Jansen/Ekkart/Verhave 2011, p. 28-29)
  • Delft 1583 - 1641
    mostly working in Delft and on and off in The Hague at the request of the Court; in 1583 or 1585: he registered as an independant master in the Guild of St. Luke in Delft (Jansen/Ekkart/Verhave 2011, p. 29)
  • Den Haag 1625 - 1634
    In 1625 he registered as an independant master in the Guild of St. Luke in The Hague (Jansen/Ekkart/Verhave 2011, p. 34); lastly mentioned in 1634.
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portrait, kitchen piece (still life), mythology
oil paint
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Creation date: 1992-02-01; Last modified date: 2022-05-17


J.W.Stolk 28 January 2018
Mogelijk was een van zijn eerste leermeesters Willem Willemsz. Deze schilder kan identiek geweest zijn aan Willem Willemsz. van Kittesteyn. Zie ook 'Scijlder tot Delff' pag. 140
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