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Vincent Laurensz. van der Vinne (I)

Qualifications
painter, draftsman
Nationality/school
North Netherlandish
Born
Haarlem 1628-10-11
Van Thiel-Stroman 2006
Deceased
Haarlem 1702-07-26
Family relationships
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
father of Jan I, Isaac and Laurens I van der Vinne
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Biographical information
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  • Haarlem 1649 - 1652-08-21
    departed Haarlem on 21 August 1652, with several colleagues, in the direction of Cologne (Gerson, 1942/1983, p. 205) (data retrieved from Vinne's journal, which is in the collection of the Municipal archives in Haarlem)
  • Keulen 1652-08-23 - 1652-09-23
    was in Cologne, among other places c. 1652-1655. Travelled through Germany to Switzerland with Cornelis Bega, Dirk Helmbreker and Guilliam Du Bois (Wurzbach 1910); both dates are approximates. Stayed with master Abraham Cuyper in Cologne for about a month together with Guillam Du Bois; Dirck Helmbreeker returned to Haarlem after a few days (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 205).
  • Bingen 1652
  • Heidelberg 1652-09-23 - 1652-11-28
    spent nine weeks in Heidelberg, together with Du Bois, from c. 23 September 1652 until the end of November, where they spent alot of time drawing; after which they returned to Cologne (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 205)
  • Keulen 1652-11-28 - 1653-03
    worked with Du Bois throughout the winter months, first under Abraham Kuyper and later for Bernart Kemp; in March 1653 Dubois returned to Holland, after which Van der Vinnie travelled further along the Rhine with Joost Boelen (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 205)
  • Frankfurt am Main 1653-04
    met up with painter Cornelis Bega in Frankfurt, accompanied by cobbler Joost Boelen, the three men travelled to Switzerland together.
  • Heidelberg
  • Straatsburg
  • Basel (Zwitserland) 1653-04
    in Switzerland from c. April 1653 and departing before September 1654; a secord short stay during the spring of 1655. Tried to go to Bern from Bazel, which turned out to be impossible because of the Farmer's War. Instead he took the road through Biel, the Bieler and Neurenberger See to the French part of Switzerland (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 354).
  • Biel (Bern)
  • Yverdon-les-Bains 1653-05
    worked here for Guillaume de la Primaye, a nobleman from Delft (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 354)
  • Genève 1653-05 - 1654-09
    worked here for about a year for mister Roet (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 254)
  • Lyon 1654-09 - 1655-04
    from c. September 1654 until c. April 1655 (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 48)
  • Grenoble
    made trips to Grenoble, La Grande Chartreuse and Chambéry from Lyon (Alsteens/Buijs/Mathot 2008)
  • Grenoble
    La Grande Chartreuse, about 20 km north of Grenoble
  • Chambéry
  • Dijon
  • Tournon 1654 - 1655
    spent the winter here (Alsteens/Buijs/Mathot 2008)
  • Genève 1655-04 - 1655-05-31
    returned again to Genève for a short stay; departing on the 31 May 1655, travelling via Dijon and Sans to Paris
  • Dijon 1655-05-31 - 1655-06
  • Sens 1655-06
  • Parijs 1655-06-11 - 1655-08
    arriving on 11 June 1655 in Paris , where he worked 'by Mester Pierre Forest schilder te pont neuf' (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 48) (translation) 'with Master Pierre Forest painter at the Pont Neuf' until August; travelled via Le Havre to Rotterdam
  • Rouen
    found a boat here to take him to the Netherlands in less than a week (Alsteens/Buijs/Mathot 2008)
  • Le Havre
  • Haarlem 1655-09-01 - 1680
    returned to Haarlem on 1 September 1655
  • Hillegom 1680 - 1680-10-08
    During the summer of 1680 made a journey travelling to the following places: Hillegom, Leiden, Woerden, Utrecht, Jutphaas, Haastrecht, Gouda, Rotterdam, Delft, Den Haag and Sasssenheim; was back in Haarlem on 8 October 1680 (Van Thiel-Stroman 2006).
  • Leiden
  • Woerden
  • Utrecht
  • Jutphaas (Nieuwegein)
  • Haastrecht (Vlist)
  • Gouda
  • Rotterdam
  • Delft
  • Den Haag
  • Sassenheim
  • Haarlem 1680-10-08 - 1702
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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.
genre, cityscape, still life, winter landscape, landscape (as genre), portrait, architecture (genre), vanitas, flower piece, allegory
In the art market vanitas still life paintings dated 1656, 1657 and 1664 have been signaled. A vanitas still life was auctioned at Christie's in Amsterdam on 10 November 1992. Several, at present unknown, floral still life paintings are recorded in his inventories (Willigen/Meijer 2003, p. 208); designed allegorical scenes for tapestries and ceiling paintings. Berkheyde referred to him as the "Rafael van uithangborden" (Wurzbach vol. 2 (1910), p. 794), (translation "Rafael of the sign boards"); Judith Leyster painted his portrait (Thieme/Becker vol. 34 (1940), p. 394)
Medium/technique
oil paint
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Creation date: 1992-02-01; Last modified date: 2020-06-23

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