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Anthon Schoonjans

Qualifications
court painter, painter, draftsman
court painter in Vienna, Berlin and Düsseldorf
Nationality/school
South Netherlandish
Born
Ninove 1655-03/1655-03-05
baptized 5 March 1655 in Ninove as son of Joannes Schoonians (wine merchant) and Anna de Gruytere (http://www.sconejhan.be/antoonschoonjans.html, retrieved 5 April 2017)
Deceased
Vienna 1726-08-12/1726-08-13
Levin 1911, p. 22 (12 August); 13 August according to family website
See also
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Antwerpen 1668 - 1669
    apprentice of Erasmus Quellinus II
  • Reims 1674-07
    Duverger 1999
  • Parijs
  • Rome 1674 - 1686
    there he was a member of the Bentvueghels; in Rome he lived together with Charles de Vogelaer in the via Margutta
  • Lyon 1686
    Bodart 1970, p. 203
  • Rome 1688 - 1689
    lived in the Corso, near Via di Ripetta
  • Wenen 1693 - 1695
    court painter of Emperor Leopold I (Börsch-Supan 1967, p. 3)
  • Frankfurt am Main 1696-04-10
    with Jan Frans Douven (Levin 1911, p. 12)
  • Kassel (Hessen) 1696-04-15
    with Jan Frans Douven (Levin 1911, p. 12)
  • Hamburg 1696-04-19
    Levin 1911, p. 12
  • Kopenhagen 1696-04-26 - 1696
  • Wenen
  • Berlijn 1702 - 1703
    court painter of Friedrich I of Prussia
  • Den Haag 1704
    c. 1704
  • Londen (Engeland) 1704
    painted decorations in the little Montague house
  • Amsterdam 1706
  • Düsseldorf 1707 - 1716
    court painter of Johann Wilhelm of the Palatine
  • Wenen 1716 - 1718
  • Brno 1718 - 1726
  • Wenen 1726 - 1726-08-12
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history (as a genre), portrait
Medium/technique
oil paint
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Entered on: 1992-01-25; Modification on: 2018-01-31

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