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South Netherlandish
Born
Hulst (Zeeland) 1584
probably 1584,according to Thieme/Becker the year of birth 1585 is wrong
Deceased
Antwerp 1651-05-09
buried in the Cathedral (Liggeren 1872, vpl. 1, p. 409, note 4)
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son of Jan de Vos and Isabella van den Broeck; married to Suzanna de Cock on 27 May 1617 in the St. Jacobskerk // brother of Paul de Vos, brother-in-law of Frans Snijders
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  • Antwerpen 1599 - 1651
    was in 1599 pupil and on May 8, 1604 the 'master servant' of David Remeeus; 1608 master; 1619-1620 dean; took part in the decoration led by Rubens of the triumphal archs in Antwerp on the occasion of the cardinal-infant Ferdinand's arrival and also collaborated with Rubens in the painting series destined to decorate the Torre de la Parada in Madrid (Díaz Padrón 1986, p. 121)
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Subjects
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history (as a genre), portrait, landscape (as genre)
Comment
Niet te verwarren met: Vos van Hulst, Cornelis de
Entered on: 1992-02-01; Modification on: 2018-11-06

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