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schilder, tekenaar, ziekentrooster
Nationaliteit/school
Noord-Nederlands
Geboren
Amsterdam 1619-06/1619-06-13
baptized 13 June 1619
Overleden
Oost-Indië (hist.) 1677/1683
Familierelaties
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son of the chair maker Louis Victors (c. 1585-c. 1658) and Styntjen Jaspers (1587-ca. 1624); half-brother of Jacobus (Jacomo) Victors. Notice of marriage 28 February 1642, 22 years old, to Jannetie Bellers; they had 9 children (De Vries 1886; Saur 2021); father of Victor Victorsz. II
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  • Amsterdam 1640 - 1673
    When he married in 1642 he lived with his father in the Kalverstraat; in 1644 he lived in the Hartenstraat; in 1661 he lived with his family at the Rokin 'naest de kerck' or 'by de groote Capel'; his wife died in 1661 and left him with 7 minor children; between 1664 and 1666 he lived in de Kalverstraat; in 1667-1668 he lived in the Leidse straat; in 1670 he lived in the Utrechtse straat. From 1667 onwards he was in debt and had trouble paying his rent (Bredius 1916).
  • Texel (eiland) 1673-12-16
    He entered the overseas service of the VOC (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie) as a comforter of the sick and stated on 27 November 1673 that he was about to leave on the ship 'Wapen van Rotterdam' (Bredius 1916, p. 598). This ship left Texel on 16 December 1673 and set sail to the Shetland Islands to avoid the passage of the Channel.
  • Shetlandeilanden 1674-02 - 1674-03-14
    After having suffered damage in bad weather conditions, the Wapen of Rotterdam was forced to take shelter at Ronas Voe for some months, where it was attacked and conquered by the British Navy on 14 March 1674. 300 men of the Dutch crew or 400 were killed; the ship was directed to Harwich (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Ronas_Voe). If Jan Victors was indeed on board, he may have been among the c. 100 survivors who were put ashore in Hawich and returned to the Republic by packet boat in April 1674 (R. van Leeuwen, May 2022).
  • Amsterdam 1676-01-07
    lived in the Hantboogstraat in January 1676 (Bredius 1916, p. 599)
  • Texel (eiland) 1676-09-14
    At the request of his son Victor Victor, his sister Styntge and her husband declared in 1683 that Jan Victors had left on the ship 'Rammekens' to the East Indies in 1676 as a comforter of the sick and that he died there (Bredius 1916, p. 600). The ship left Texel on 14 September 1676, arrived at Cape on 12 February 1677 and at Tuticorin on 3 June 1677(http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/das/detailVoyage/92410 and https://www.vocsite.nl/schepen/detail.php?id=10859).
  • Oost-Indië (hist.) 1677
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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.
genrevoorstelling, herbergscène, portret, christelijk religieuze voorstelling, boerengenre
Materiaal/techniek
olieverf
Ingevoerd op: 1992-01-31; Laatste wijziging: 2022-06-29

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