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Nationality/school
North Netherlandish
Born
Haarlem 1622
c. 1622; on 8 December 1654 he stated to be 32 years old (De Vries 1885)
Deceased
Paris 1670/1670-11
shortly before or in 1670; his widow married Govert van der Leeuw in Paris on 21 November 1670 (Levert 2017, Dossier prosopographique).
Family relationships
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His first marriage was with Ida Cornelis (died 1663), in Amsterdam on 22 September 1640; as widower of Ida Cornelis he posted banns on 6 July 1633 in Amsterdam with 18-year-old Marrike Marcus (1645-after 1670) of Amsterdam (De Vries 1885).
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  • Amsterdam 1640
  • Rome 1642
    c. 1642 he made a trip to Rome
  • Amsterdam 1644 - 1665
    documented in Amsterdam from 1645 on
  • Parijs 1665 - 1670
    Marrike Marcus a.k.a. Marie Jans (1645-1670) remarried on 21 November 1670 in Paris Govert van der Leeuw. The bride brought in the quite substantial capital of 8000 livres as well as furniture, linens and silverware, which she had earned herself doing business with Spain, although only half of this was in the community of property. She had lived in Paris on rue Plastrière, paroisse Saint-Eustache during this marriage. Brisé had left her toally destitute, which forced her into her Spanish business (Levert 2017A, under Govert van der Leeuw).
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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.
portrait, still life, vanitas (still life), trompe-l'oeil (still life), fruit piece, still life
Fruit still-lifes that are listed in old inventories cannot be traced nowadys; a Vanity still-life from Amsterdam in 1665; praised by Houbraken for his skill in painting weaponry; he decorated the organ shutters for the Old Church in Amsterdam with armorial motifs in 1663 (Willigen/Meijer 2003, p. 52).
Medium/technique
oil paint
Creation date: 1991-11-25; Last modified date: 2021-09-13

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