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German, South Netherlandish
Born
Bruchsal
Deceased
Antwerp 1530-04-27/1531-01-23
died between those dates (Schlugheit 1935, p. 197; Van Hemeldonck 2005). According to Saur 1992 and Hill 1924 he died in 1545. However, his wfe was already called a widow in 1530/1. Possibly there is confusion with his son, who also became a goldsmith.
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married to Joanna van Parys (died 1552); they had two sons, Alexander and Bernaert, and a daughter Catherine, who was married to Master Peeter Petitpas.
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  • Londen (Engeland) 1485 - 1509
    was active as medallist for Henry VII (Saur 1992; Van Hemeldonck 2005)
  • Antwerpen 1505 - 1530-04-27
    bought a house on the Zierickstraat on 5 September 1504 (Hill 1924, p. 255); became a citizen in Antwerp in 1505; probably went up and down between London and Antwerp (Saur 1992). He became a master in the Guild of St. Luke, Antwerp in 1516; still mentioned in the aldermen's deed of 27 April 1530; his sister is still mentioned in 1554 as 'widow of master Petitpas' (Rombouts/Van Lerius 1872/1961). Was visited by Albrecht Dürer in 1520-1521 (Hill 1924; Schlugheit 1935).
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Creation date: 2020-07-09; Last modified date: 2021-11-10

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