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Susanna van Steenwijck

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SvS
Qualifications
painter, draftsman
Nationality/school
North Netherlandish, South Netherlandish, English
probably from an family from Louvain who migrated to England
Born
London (England) 1602/1610
probably in London, after 1602-08-28 (Huiskamp in Digitaal Vrouwenlexicon)
Deceased
Amsterdam 1664-07/1664-08-02
bruried 2 August 1664 (if indentical to a 'Susanna Gansepoel')
Family relationships
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married to Hendrik van Steenwijck II at some point between 1623 and 1629
See also
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first worked in and later managed the studio of her husband
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Londen (Engeland)
  • Amsterdam 1632
    on 16 November 1632 a son was baptized in the Nieuwe kerk in Amsterdam
  • Leiden 1634 - 1642
    In the Hooglandse Kerk in leiden a son Fredericus was baptized 6 September 1634; mentioned as the widow of Hendrick van Steenwijck, living in Leiden, May 8th 1640 (Oud Notarieel Archief Rotterdam, inv.no. 328 (notary Arent van der Graeff, deed 141)
  • Den Haag
    possibly also live in the Hague for a while
  • Amsterdam 1649 - 1664
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Subjects
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cityscape, interiors, church interior
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1994-02-28; Last modified date: 2020-07-16

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