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Christopher Paudiss

male / German
painter, court painter
Hamburg 1625
probably c. 1625, probably in Hamburg, since he was called Hamburgensis in a document in 1660 (R. Klessmann in Freising 2007, p. 83); 1625/1630 according to Sandrart; c. 1618 (Thieme/Becker 1932, based on Füssli 1779)
Freising 1666/1666-06-08
before 8 June 1666, when his wife was called a widow for the first time (Freiburg 2007, p. 13)
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Active in
  • Amsterdam 1645 - 1650
    in Rembrandt's studio (Freiburg 2007, p. 12)
  • Bratislava 1650
    probably in Upper-Hungary (= Slovakia) in the mid 1650s, possibly in Pressburg (Bratislava)
  • Stuttgart 1656 - 1658
    probably in Stuttgart (Freiburg 2007, p. 12)
  • Dresden 1659 - 1660
    at the court of Johann Georg II (Freiburg 2007, p. 12)
  • Wenen 1660 - 1662
    lived with the court secretary Gleichmann (Peltzer 1937)
  • Salzburg 1662
    possibly in Salzburg in 1662
  • Freising 1662 - 1666
    at the court of Fürstbischof Albrecht Sigismund
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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.
animal painting (genre), genre, history (as a genre), portrait, Christian religious scene, fruit piece, game piece (still life), landscape (as genre), still life, kitchen piece (still life)
Entered on: 1992-01-19; Modification on: 2018-02-27


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