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North Netherlandish
Born
Rotterdam 1600/1601
Bredius 1915-1921, vol. 1 (1915), p. 356: on 16 May 1648 De Vlieger states to be c. 47 years old; according to Giltaij/Kelch 1996 it is not certain that he was born in Rotterdam
Deceased
Weesp 1653-03/1653-03-13
buried on 13 March 1653
Family relationships
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son of Jacob Pietersz van Zwet Bolleweck (died ca. 1634) and Lysbeth Wouters; married in Rotterdam on 10 January 1627 to Anna Gerrits van Willige (died 1647); father of Cornelia, who married the painter Paulus van Hillegaert II (De Vries 1885).
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  • Rotterdam 1628
    In 1628 he payed for the funeral of a child; in 1634 he settled the will of his father with his stepmother and his sister Cornelia (Giltaij/Kelch 1996)
  • Delft 1634 - 1637
    Rented a house 'De Kranenburch' as off 1 May 1634 for the duration of a year, changing in 1635 to house 'De Houttuyn; 18 October 1634 member of the Guild; at the end of 1637 he bought a house for Hfl. 900,- from painter Crijns H. Volmarijn in the Schildersstraet in Rotterdam, for which he was obliged to paint paintings every month for the sum of Hfl. 31,- : he didn't live in Rotterdam however, but went to Amsterdam instead (Giltaij/Kelch 1996)
  • Amsterdam 1638-07-01 - 1650
    from 1638-1642 working on a assignment in Amsterdam to paint decorations for the reception of Queen Maria de' Medici
  • Arnhem 1640
    c. 1640, drawing of the Rijnpoort near Arnhem, part of a trip along the lower Rhine
  • Kleef 1642 - 1643
    drawing of the Rhine near Cleves c. 1642/1643
  • Rotterdam 1642 - 1644
    worked at the organ shutters of the Laurens church
  • Amsterdam 1643 - 1649
    became a citizen of Amsterdam on 5 January 1643 (Scheltema 1853)
  • Weesp 1650 - 1653
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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.
figure, genre, history (as a genre), landscape (as genre), marine (as genre), beach scene, italianate, architecture (genre), peasant genre
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1992-02-01; Last modified date: 2020-10-28

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