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Daniël Seghers

Monogram
DS
DSSOCTISJESV
DS.Soc tis JESV (DS intertwined, 'tis' in superscript)
Qualifications
painter, priest, court painter
When the Elector Frederic III saw a painting by Daniel Seghers in The Hague in 1646, he expressed his wish to own a Seghers painting. Seghers sent him such a painting in 1647 (Gerson 1942/83, p. 229, note 3, with literature).
Nationality/school
South Netherlandish
Born
Antwerp 1590-12-03
baptized on 6 December 1590 (Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872/1961, p. 474, note 4). Houbraken already mentioned the year 1590.
Deceased
Antwerp 1661-11-02
Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872/1961, p. 474, note 4
Family relationships
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son of the rich silk merchant Peter Seghers (1538-c. 1601) and Margaretha van Gheele
See also
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Cooperation with Poussin in Rome (1625-1627) with a few religious representations; cooperation with Domenichino (formerly in the literature supposedly a follower of Guido Reni) in about 1626 in Rome with a flower still life, for which Domenichino painted the cartouche. Collaborated with many leading artists in Antwerp (Thieme/Becker 1936)
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Utrecht (stad) 1605 - 1609
    c. 1605; at age eleven (approx. 1601) Seghers moved with his mother to the North, probably to Utrecht, where his study time began (Thieme/Becker 1936)
  • Antwerpen 1609 - 1614
    c. 1609 apprentice in the Guild with Jan Brueghel.; in 1611 accepted as Master in the same Guild ; member of the 'Sodalité des célibataires' on 10 December 1614 (Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872/1961, p. 474, note 4)
  • Mechelen 1614 - 1617
    novitiate with the Jesuits in Mechelen (Thieme/Becker 1936)
  • Antwerpen 1617 - 1621
    Thieme-Becker 1936
  • Brussel 1621 - 1625
    27 July 1625 he received his ordination as a priest (Thieme/Becker 1936)
  • Rome 1625 - 1627
    in the house of the Jesuits (Thieme/Becker 1936)
  • Antwerpen 1627 - 1661
    became the successor of Jan Brueghel as leading painter of flowers (Thieme/Becker 1936)
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Subjects
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still life, flower piece
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1992-01-25; Last modified date: 2021-06-22

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