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Joachim von Sandrart (I)

male / German
painter, artist's biographer, art theorist, engraver (printmaker), collector
collaborated on the print series 'Galeria Giustiniana' (Klemm 1986, p. 17)
Frankfurt am Main 1606-05-12
Nuremberg 1688-10-14
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His father Lorenz von Sandrart came from Valenciennes. He was a cousin of Michel le Blon (1587-1656), uncle of Jakob van Sandrart (1630-1708) and Johann von Sandrart (?-1679). Second marriage in 1672 to Esther Barbara Bloemert (1651-?), painter and 'steensnijder'.
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  • Neurenberg 1620 - 1622
    as pupil of Peter Isselburg
  • Praag 1622 - 1623
    as pupil of Aegidius Sadeler
  • Frankfurt am Main 1623
  • Utrecht 1625
    pupil of Gerard van Honthorst
  • Amsterdam 1627
    together with Peter Paul Rubens (Sandrart 1675, vol. II, book 3, p. 291)
  • Londen (Engeland) 1627
    together with Gerard van Honthorst
  • Venetië 1629
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 188; lived with Johann Liss (Klemm 1986, p. 16)
  • Bologna 1629
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 26
  • Florence 1629
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 27
  • Rome 1629 - 1635
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 27-32 and his painting 'The death of Seneca' (RKDimages 243379); was a close friend of Pieter van Laer
  • Napels
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 31
  • Messina
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 43
  • Malta
    Sandrart/Peltzer 1925, p. 31
  • Frankfurt am Main 1635 - 1636
  • Schloss Stockau (Reichertshofen) 1636 - 1637
  • Utrecht
    visit to Abraham Bloemaert with Merian II
  • Amsterdam 1637 - 1645
    lived and worked at the Keizersgracht; M. Merian II travelled with him to Amsterdam, where he got a letter of recommandation for Anthony van Dyck in England from Michel LeBlon (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 261)
  • Schloss Stockau (Reichertshofen) 1645
  • München 1647 - 1649
  • Neurenberg 1649
  • Wenen 1651 - 1652
  • Lambach (Oostenrijk) 1652-10
    When Sandrart returned from Vienna in the autumn of 1652, he stopped at Lambach, and on October 4 the contract for the high altar was closed (Klemm 1986, p. 232-251).
  • Schloss Stockau (Reichertshofen) 1652 - 1670
    On May 9, 1670 Sandrart sold the estate to his friend the councilor Franz von Mayer († 1699), a Bavarian diplomat at the Regensburg Reichstag and influential politician at the Munich court.
  • Augsburg 1670 - 1674
  • Neurenberg 1674 - 1688
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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.
allegory, Christian religious scene, genre, history (as a genre), portrait, market still life
title: Teutsche Academie der Edlen Bau- Bild- und Mahlerey-Künste (Nürnberg 1675)
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Hoogewerff 1952
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