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South Netherlandish
Born
Antwerp 1610-12/1610-12-15
baptized on 15 December 1610
Deceased
Brussels 1690-04-25
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this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
son of David Teniers I (1587-1649) and Dymphna Cornelis de Wilde (?-?), father of David Teniers III (1638-1685); married 1º with Anna Brueghel, sister of Ambrosius; 2º Isabella Fren (her sister Françoise was married to Erasmus Quellinus II)
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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).
Teniers made staffage for the works of P. Neefs I and Van Uden (Wurzbach 1910, p. 694).
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  • Antwerpen 1626 - 1650
    since 1626 pupil of his father, 1632-33 Master in the Guild; lived in 1642 in 'De Meerminne' on the Lange Nieuwstraat (Thieme/Becker vol. 32 (1938), p. 527)
  • Brussel 1650-10 - 1690
    De Clippel 2006 (J. van Craesbeeck), vol.1, p. 25: "David Thenir, naer Brussel 7bris 1650")
  • Londen (Engeland) 1650 - 1655
    c. 1650-1655 purchased paintings from the estate sale of the fourt Earl of Pembroke for the Spanish count Fuensaldaña (Vergara 1989, p. 128)
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Subjects
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.
genre, interiors, peasant genre, history (as a genre), landscape (as genre), portrait, still life, animal painting (genre), marine (as genre), architecture (genre), collection of paintings, fruit piece, farm still life, vanitas, Christian religious scene, mythology
his farm still lifes have prominent genre motives; an unsigned vanitas still life with passion attributes in Brussels attributed to Teniers (Van der Willigen / Meijer 2003, p. 194)
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Entered on: 1992-01-26; Modification on: 2018-07-02

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