Cornelis Bloemaert (II)

North Netherlandish, Italian
Utrecht (city) 1603
ca. 1603 (Ecartico)
Rome 1692-09-28
died on September 28th 1692 (Hoogewerff 1952)
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son of Abraham Bloemaert (1566-1651) and Gerarda de Roy (died ca. 1649), half-brother to Hendrick Bloemaert (c. 1601-1672), eldest brother to Adriaen Bloemaert (c. 1609-1666) and Frederick Bloemaert (c.1616-1690)
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  • Parijs 1630 - 1633
    worked in Paris 1630-1633 on illustrations for the 'Tableaux du temple des muses' (McAllister Johnson 1968). As early as 1630, he went to Paris to engrave for Favereau (Saur 1995)
  • Rome 1633 - 1644
    lived in Palazzo Giustiniani (Noack 1927). In 1633, Joachim von Sandrart, with whom he was acquainted, recommended him as engraver for the publication of the Marchese Giustiniani collection in Rome. After the publication of the work in 1635 he lived until 1644 in the palace of the now deceased Marchese.
  • Rome 1644 - 1692
    lived on Via Capo le Case with Cerquozzi, was paid 60 scudi for portrait of nun Colomba Tofanini (Noack 1927). He then worked for some time for Cardinal Francesco Peretti Montalto, and in 1647 he finally moved into his own apartment in the district of Capo le Case, which he often shared with others (Saur 1995).
  • Rome
    Cornelis Blomaert resided in the Discesa di San Giuseppe in 1661 and 1662 where he shared lodgings with Theodor van der Schuer (Hoogewerff 1942, p. 250-251; Bartoni 2012, p. 361).
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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.
architecture (genre), genre, Christian religious scene, portrait, allegory, mythology, history (as a genre)
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