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AWA
AW f, AW interlaced; AWA interlaced/in ligature (images in Wurzbach 1906-1911)
Qualifications
etcher, painter, draftsman
Born
Lille (France) 1609-04/1609-05-06
baptized 6 May 1609 in the parish church St. Etienne of the Wallonion community in Lille (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 94)
Deceased
Utrecht (city) 1690-10/1690-10-23
buried 23 October 1690 in the Jobskapel of the St. Jobsgasthuis outside Utrecht (Houbraken 1719, who did not know when he died; the buriel date was communicated by C.H. de Jonge and published in Thieme/Becker 1942)
Family relationships
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
Elder cousin of the Vaillant brothers. In Amsterdam, 7 April 1640, he married the widow Catharina van den Dorp (c. 1605-c. 1674), with whom he had an art-dealership. Catharina's daughter Elisabeth Hoomis was married to three painters in succession: Johannes Croon, Jan Jacobsz.van den Broeck and Marcus Cortsz (Jager 2016, p. 296-297). Houbraken worngly stated that he was unmarried.
See also
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).
Weenix sometimes painted staffage in Waterloo's works, to which end he visited him in his house between Maarssen and Breukelen (Houbraken 1719).
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Biographical information
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  • Amsterdam 1623 - 1653
    In 1621, his mother, Magdalena Vaillant became member of the Walloon Church in Amsterdam, her husband only in 1623, on March 26, 1630 Anthony is first mentioned as a member of the Walloon church (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 94); notice of marriage on 7 April 1640 in Amsterdam, married 23 April 1640; made his will on 18 January 1641; in Februari 1653 deregistered from the Walloon church ; in November 1654 a daughter of his was buried in Amsterdam (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 95). Was a witness at the notice of marriage of Susanna, daughter of François Waterloo on 16 October 1639 in de Old Church (De Vries 1886, p. 299)
  • Leeuwarden 1653 - 1654
    on 18 January 1653 registerd as a citizen in Leeuwarden
  • Bad Bentheim 1650 - 1655
    first half 1650s (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 97, note 3);
  • Kleef 1650 - 1655
    first half of the 1650s (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 97, note 3)
  • Maarssen (Stichtse Vecht) 1655 - 1658
    in November 1655 registered in the Dutch Reformed church in Maarssen and deregistered in October 1676 , but possilby left already in 1674 (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 95)
  • Hamburg 1658 - 1660
    c. 1658-1660 he traveled to Hamburg, Altona, Blankenese, Holstein, Bergedorf, Luneburg and Danzig (Stubbe 1983, Broos 1984 and Stefes 2011). From the sequence of pages from a sketchbook in the Kupferstichkabinett der Hamburger Kunsthalle it appears that he was first in Hamburg, went to Altona and then returned to Hamburg (Stefes 2011).
  • Hamburg-Altona 1658 - 1660
    c. 1658-1660
  • Blankenese (Hamburg) 1658 - 1660
    c. 1658-1660
  • Hamburg 1658 - 1660
    c. 1658-1660; traveled from here to Holstein
  • Holstein 1658 - 1660
    c. 1658-1660; traveled from here to Lüneburg
  • Lüneburg 1658 - 1660
    c. 1658-1660; traveled from here to Danzig
  • Danzig (hist.) 1660
    c. 1660
  • Italië
    Waterloo may have been in Italy (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 49 and p. 166), but there no evidence for this (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 94)
  • Francheville (Rhône)
    according to a drawing of the bridge over the Tyeron near Francheville (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 49)
  • Maarssen (Stichtse Vecht) 1660 - 1674
    in November 1655 registered in the Dutch Reformed church in Maarssen and deregistered in October 1676 , but possilby left already in 1674 (Kahn-Gerzon 1992, p. 95)
  • Amsterdam 1663
    10 May 1663 he sold his house at the Antoniebreestraat (Obreen 1882-1883); 16 January 1668 he sold his house in Utrecht. On 27 Juni 1676 he acted as a witness at the notice of marriage of his son Abram in Amsterdam (De Vries 1886, p. 299).
  • Utrecht (stad) 1688 - 1690
    died in the St. Jobs hospice in Utrecht
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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.
landscape (as genre), forest landscape, river landscape, winter landscape, italianate, architecture (genre)
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1992-02-01; Last modified date: 2022-05-17

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