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North Netherlandish
Born
Alkmaar 1616/1617
probably born in Alkmaar, c.. 1616-1617 (Huys Janssen 2002, p. 28)
Deceased
Alkmaar 1678-10/1678-10-13
buried 13 October 1678 in the Grand Church (Huys Janssen 2002, p. 52)
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brother of Allaert van Everdingen; possibly related to (or identical?) to Julius Caesar Boëtius, who became a member of the guild in The Hague in 1630 (Saur 1996, p. 205)
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  • Utrecht
    According to Houbraken, Van Everdingen was a pupil of Jan Gerritsz. I Bronchorst in Utrecht. This has been questioned because Bronchorst only became a member of the Utrecht Lukas Guild in 1639 and was only at that point entitled to take pupils. Yet it is not inconceivable that Van Bronchorst already had students before he was a member of the guild, when he was mainly active as a glass painter and engraver (Huys Janssen 2002, p. 30).
  • Alkmaar 1632 - 1648
    Already in 1628 and 1629 he was mentioned as 'schildersgesel' in a deed as a witness in his father's name. In 1632 he became a member of the Guild of St Luke in Alkmaar, when hew as 15 or 16 years old. His earliest known works are dated 1636: the portraits of his parents (Alkmaar Municipal Museum). Between 1641 and 1644 he worked on the organ shutters of the new organ of the Great Church, led by Jacob van Campen (Huys Janssen 2002, p. 33-36)
  • Amersfoort 1642 - 1643-08
    worked for Jacob van Campen at the models of the organ shutters on his estate 'Randenbroek' (Van Thiel-Stroman 1999, p. 172)
  • Alkmaar 1646-07-14
    1646 married Helena van Oosthoorn, daughters of his father's third wife Elisabeth van Oosthoorn, born van Hoogstraten (Van Thiel-Stroman 1999, p. 172)
  • Haarlem 1648 - 1658
    in 1648 he was a member of the Haarlem Archers; worked from 1648 to 1650 on the decoration of the Orange Hall in Huis ten Bosch led by Jacob van Campen; 1651 was a member of the Haarlem Guild of St Luke, of which he was 'vinder 'in 1654 and dean in 1655 and 1656; on January 4, 1651 he and his wife were members of the Reformed Church of Haarlem (Van Thiel-Stroman 1999, p. 174)
  • Alkmaar 1657 - 1678-10-13
    part of 1657 he was in Alkmaar for an assignment, but in 1658 he returned to Haarlem to return again in the same year to Alkmaar; in 1661 short stay in Amsterdam; He was buried on October 13, 1678 in the Grand Church of Alkmaar (Van Thiel-Stroman 1999, p. 174)
  • Amsterdam 1661
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genre, history (as a genre), allegory, portrait, still life, peasant genre
Medium/technique
oil paint
Entered on: 1991-12-14; Modification on: 2017-04-20

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