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Pierre Louis Dubourcq

male / Dutch
watercolorist, etcher, lithographer, painter, draftsman
In 1858 he became co-founder and director of an ensurance company. He became less active as an artist but was still very much involved in the Amsterdam cultural life; a.o. he played an important role in the creation of Louis Royer's Rembrandt statue on today's Rembrandtplein.
His father was a French merchant who settled in Amsterdam in 1803. (Furstner 1992)
Amsterdam 1815-04-25
Amsterdam 1873-05-05
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Married Aletta Rochussen in 1850. She was a far relative of the painter Charles Rochussen, a friend of Dubourcq.
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Van de Brugghen and Couwenberg painted figures in his landscapes.
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Period of activity
1830 - 1873
C. 1830-1873; his earliest dated work is a painting from 1832; his last a painting dated 1867. (Furstner 1992, p. 107 and 123)
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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.
genre, figure, landscape (as genre), mountain landscape, forest landscape, portrait, animal painting (genre), cityscape, history (as a genre), mythology
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Creation date: 1991-12-03; Last modified date: 2019-07-21


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