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painter, art dealer (person)
Nationality/school
German, North Netherlandish
Born
Frankfurt am Main 1640-06/1640-06-21
baptized 21 June 1640
Deceased
Utrecht 1679-03/1679-03-27
buried 27 March 1679 in the Buerkerk (Briels 1997; Kramer-Noble 2007, p. 286, note 14)
Family relationschips
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
married Maria Willarts on 3 February 1675 in the French reformed Janskerk in Utrecht. She was a granddaughter of Adam Willarts (1577-1664), daughter of Cornelis Willarts, both painters, and niece of Jacob Gillig, painter of fish still-lifes. The couple had two daughters, Catharina and Anna (Kraemer-Noble 2007, p. 13)
See also
In this field, you will find references to names of groups or to the artists that made/make up groups. You may also come across references to other artists if there was/is question of collaboration without a joint name. This is the case, for instance, with artists who rendered parts of works by other artists (such as with P.P Rubens and J. Brueghel I).
1669-1672 active as an assistant in his studio in the Rozendaalstraat near the Geertekerk; when De Heem returned to Antwerp in 1672, Mignon took over the studio.
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Frankfurt am Main 1650 - 1664
    entered the household of Jacob Marrel in 1650 (as a pupil?); probably travelled several times to Utrecht with his teacher Marrel before he finally settled there
  • Wetzlar 1660
    probably (Kraemer-Noble 2007, p. 12)
  • Utrecht 1664 - 1676
  • Frankfurt am Main 1676
    according to Wurzbach 1910 his 6th child was baptized in Frankfurt on 17 December 1676. This information is nor taken over nor refuted in other publications.
  • Utrecht 1677 - 1679
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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.
flower piece, still life, fruit piece, forest still life, game piece (still life), fish piece
Medium/technique
oil paint
Entered on: 1992-02-01; Modification on: 2018-02-20

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