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GK
G.K.; Kneller sometimes used the monogram "GK", but most of his works are signed and dated in full
Nationality/school
German, English
naturalized as British citizen in 1683
Born
Lübeck 1646-08-08
Deceased
London (England) 1723-10-19/1723-10-27
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son of the city architect Zacharias Kniller; younger brother of the painter Johann Zacharias Kneller (1644-1702)
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Leiden 1660 - 1665
    originally sent to Leiden to study mathematics and the construction of fortifications there
  • Amsterdam 1660 - 1665
    in the early 1660s, a pupil of Rembrandt and Ferdinand Bol
  • Rome 1672 - 1674
    active in the workshops of Bernini and Maratti
  • Venetië 1672 - 1674
  • Neurenberg 1674 - 1676
  • Hamburg 1674 - 1676
  • Lübeck 1675
  • Londen (Engeland) 1676
  • Londen (Engeland) 1677 - 1682
    Kneller rented rooms with a French tailor in Durham Yard (now surroundings of Durham House Street)(Stewart 1983). Coordinate determined from John Rocque's map of London from 1746.
  • Londen (Engeland) 1682 - 1703
    In 1682 Kneller moved into a house in the north-east corner ot the Piazza of Covent Garden (Stewart 1983). Coordinate determined from John Rocque's map of London from 1746.
  • Frankrijk 1684 - 1685
  • Brussel 1697
  • Londen (Engeland) 1703 - 1723
    Kneller bought a house in Great Queen Street in 1704, near Lincoln's Inn Fields. (Stewart 1983). Also Kneller's Academy of Painting and Drawing was established here 1711-1716. Coordinate determined from John Rocque's map of London from 1746.
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Subjects
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history (as a genre), portrait, Christian religious scene
Entered on: 1992-01-11; Modification on: 2018-03-05

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