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South Netherlandish
Born
Antwerp 1597-05-13
Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872, vol. 2, p. 69 note 2 and Wilmers 1996, p. 222
Deceased
Antwerp 1655-04-29
buried in the St. Willebrordus Church (Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872; Cat. du Musée d'Anvers, Antwerp 1849; Wilmers 1996, p. 234)
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son of Guilielmus Schut and Susanna Schernilia; married ) on 7 October 1631 with Catharina Geenssints (died 29 Decenver1637), with whom he had a daughter Elisabeth Catharina and 2) with Anastasia Scelliers/du Cellier (died 24 October 1654), with whom he had two children, still alive at the time of his death
See also
In this field, you will find references to names of groups or to the artists that made/make up groups. You may also come across references to other artists if there was/is question of collaboration without a joint name. This is the case, for instance, with artists who rendered parts of works by other artists (such as with P.P Rubens and J. Brueghel I).
worked together with Tyman Cracht for Giorgio Pescatori at his country house in Frascati(Blanchardière/Bodart 1974)
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  • Antwerpen 1618 - 1655
    Wilmers 1996, p. 222: is mentioned in 1618 as a member of the guild (Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872, vol.1, p. 555)
  • Rome 1624 - 1627
    He seems to have killed Joos wt den Haech on 11 July 1627 in a fight with a knife; initially convicted to life in the galleys, his punishment was turned into lifelong exile; on 18 October 1627 this was changed into a full pardon on the bequest of the Accademia di San Luca (Hoogewerff 1952, p. 49-50).
  • Florence 1628
    Wilmers 1996
  • Antwerpen
  • Gent 1635
    In 1636 he painted decorative pieces for the Joyous Entry in Ghent by the cardinal-infant Ferdinand, together with Gaspar de Crayer, Nicolas Roose, Jan Stadius and Theodoor Rombouts (Antwerp 1857/1863, p. 213-214)
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history (as a genre), landscape (as genre), portrait
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Comment
According to Vlieghe 1971 Cornelis Schut I and Cornelis Schut II are one artist.
Creation date: 1992-01-25; Last modified date: 2020-08-09

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