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Kwalificaties
hofschilder, decoratieschilder (van interieurs), schilder, tekenaar, architect
also working as an architect in Poland (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 498)
Nationaliteit/school
Noord-Nederlands, Pools
Geboren
Amsterdam 1605/1605-12
The birthdate of 1605 is derived from the portrait engraving in Meyssens 1649 and De Bie 1662 (repeated by Houbraken 1718). Danckerts was the third child of his parents: the second child was daughter Agniet, who was born in February 1605: for this reason it is possibly that Pieter was born in December 1605 (Hofman 1970, p. 87-88)
Overleden
Amsterdam 1660-12/1660-12-15
buried on December 15, 1660 in the Westerkerk in Amsterdam, 'komende van de Lauriergracht' (Hofman 1970, p.89, gives irrefutable proof that this burial concerns our Pieter Danckerts). For a long time, it was mentioned that Danckerts died in an attack in Rudnik, Poland on 9 August 1661 (Von Wurzbach 1906 and Saur 2000). This person is however not mentioned by name and was 78 years old: according to Hofman 1970, p. 89, was this victim a successor of Danckerts in Poland.
Familierelaties
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son of architect Cornelis Danckerts (1561-1634) and Odilia/Oede Dircksdr. Seijl (died 1651). On the basis of his testaments of 1660 it can be ascertained that he remained unmarried during his lifetime (Hofman 1970, p. 89).
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Biografische gegevens
Werkzaam in
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  • Amsterdam 1634 - 1638
    till at least 1634 in the Northern Netherlands (Saur 2000)
  • Warschau 1638
    The earliest known dated work that Danckerts made in Poland is a portrait of Adam Kazanowski (1599-1649) from 1638 (RKDimages 230268). Between 1640 and 1643, he worked together with Giovanni Battista Gisleni in Warsaw where they decorated the marble salon of Wladyslaw IV in the Royal Palace in Warsaw. Gisleni produced a series of history pieces and battles, Danckerts a series of 22 portraits of ancestors of Ladislas IV and his son Sigismond Casimir (Lileyko 1975).
  • Danzig (hist.) 1640
  • Vilnius 1640
    went in or before 1638 to Poland to become court painter of King Wladyslaw IV, worked in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in Warsaw, Danzig and Vilnius (now in Lithuania)
  • Stockholm 1648 - 1659
    c. 1648 until c. 1659 (Noldus 2004, p. 34 and note 164. According to de Bie (1662), he was court painter to the Swedish king who 'honoured him highly because his brush pleased him so much'. According to Roosval e.a., vol. 2, p. 33 however, this is a mistake: Danckerts never was in Sweden.
  • Amsterdam 1659 - 1660-12-15
    Hofman 1970, p. 89
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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.
figuurvoorstelling, portret, christelijk religieuze voorstelling
Materiaal/techniek
olieverf
Ingevoerd op: 1991-12-02; Laatste wijziging: 2020-06-03

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