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Joannes de Cordua

Kwalificaties
schilder, hofschilder
Nationaliteit/school
Zuid-Nederlands (school)
Geboren
Brussel 1630
c. 1630: this is inferred from the age of his first wife at the time of her death (at 33) (Voskuil-Popper 1976, p. 61)
Overleden
Wenen 1698-10-17/1702
17 Ocober 1698 in Vienna or 1702 in Prague (Saur 1999); 1702 in Austria (Voskuil-Popper 1976, p. 61) ; 1698 is possibly the date of death of his son Johann Baptist I
Familierelaties
in dit veld wordt een familierelatie met één of meer andere kunstenaars vermeld.
On 26th July 1663 Cordua married in Vienna with Catharina Anna Bergmeyerin from Wiener Neustadt, who died 11 April 1667. A daughter Catharina from this marriage was buried on 22 February 1668; on 19 June 1667 Cordua married a second time, now with Anna Maria Pfrümerin, who seems to have been from a higher and richer civil standing. Together they had one son, Joannes Baptista, baptized on 6 February 1670 (Voskuil-Popper 1976, p. 61)
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Werkzaam in
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  • Wenen 1663 - 1702
    active in Vienna from 1663 onwards. He became court painter in 1677; he went to Prague for an unspecified amount of time, but died probably in Austria in 1702 (Voskuil-Popper 1976, p. 61)
  • Praag
geboren
werkzaam in
overleden
Onderwerpen
In dit veld worden de diverse onderwerpscategorieën of genres vermeld die in het oeuvre van de beschreven kunstenaar voorkomen. De inhoud van dit veld is doorgaans meer gebaseerd op het aanwezige beeldmateriaal in het RKD dan op de literatuur.
genrevoorstelling, stilleven, vruchtenstilleven, vanitasstilleven, jachtstilleven
Von Sandrart praises his still-lifes: this means that his greatest production before 1675 must have been (Vanitas) still-lives; he painted also genre (Peasant scenes), portraits and biblical subjects, but probably after 1675 (paintings a.o. with Harrach, Vienna) (Voskuil-Popper 1976, p. 62); fruit still-lives with an abundance of brass and copper utensils and pots in private collections; from the Harrach archive we know that he painted also hunting still-lives (Willigen/Meijer 2003, p. 66) Works a.o. in: Sibiu, Brukenthal Museum; Graz, Landesmuseum Johanneum; Leiden, Museum de Lakenhal; VIenna and Rorach, collection Harrach; and on the art market in Holland and elsewhere (Voskuil-Popper 1976, passim)
Materiaal/techniek
olieverf
Ingevoerd op: 1991-12-02; Laatste wijziging: 2022-05-16

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