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Anthony van Dyck

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Zuid-Nederlands
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Antwerpen 1599-03-22
Overleden
Blackfriars (Londen) 1641-12-09
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Son of Frans van Dyck, merchant, and Maria Cuypers; brother of Theodoor van Dijck (aka Waltman) (1605-1668), canon and priest of the Norbertine Abbey at Minderhout; his sisters Susanna, Cornelia, Isabella and Anna all became nuns (Lurie 1995).
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  • Antwerpen 1609 - 1610
    Van Dyck was incorporated in the Liggeren as a pupil of Hendrickvan Balen, together with Justus Sustermans
  • Antwerpen 1615 - 1620
    According to witnesses during a trial in 1660, Van Dyck started his own studio with assistants ('knechten') already in 1615 in the house 'De Dom van Keulen' (Larsen 1988, I, p. 106-7); Van Dyck became a master in the guild of Saint Luke on 11Ffebruary (lLarsen 1988, I, p. 107); at this same time he was a pupil of Rubens
  • Londen (Engeland) 1620 - 1621-03
    he received passport to leave England on 28 February 1621
  • Zaventem (Vlaams-Brabant) 1621
    Zaventem or Saventhem near Brussels, where he painted Saint Martin of Tours (art work 37030) and a Holy Family for the Parish Church
  • Genua 1621-10 - 1622-02
    He left the Low Countries on 3 October and arrived on 20 November in Genoa
  • Rome 1622-02 - 1622
    He stayed several months, although it is unknown how long acextly. Here he painted Robert Shirley (56844) and his wife (56845), who both Rome together between 22 July and 9 August 1622 (Larsen 1988, vol. I, p. 111)
  • Florence 1622
  • Bologna 1622
  • Venetië 1622
    Here he studied works by Titian and Correggio; he met Lucas Van Uffel and Daniel Nys (Larsen 1975, p. 51- )
  • Rome 1623
    On his way back to Antwerp he arrived in Rome early in 1623, where he made a portrait of cardinal Maffeo Barbarini, who would become pope Urban VIII (1568-1644) on 6 August 1623. This portrait is unfortunately lost. He also made a portrait of George Gage, the agent of King James I Stuart of England, who was in Rome between February and May 1623 (Larsen 1988, vol. I, p. 111) (120571)The engraving after Van Dyck's portrait of cardinal Guido Bentivoglio (1579-1644) byJean Morin of 1644 bears the inscription 'Ant. van Dyck pinxit Anno 1623'
  • Mantua 1623
    here , on his way back to Antwerp, he painted the portrait of Ferdinand Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua (Larsen 1988, vol. I, p. 111)
  • Genua 1623
    he probably travelled by way of Turino and Milano; in Genoa he probably stayed with Cornelis de Wael for almost a year
  • Palermo 1623 - 1625
    According to his biographers this must have been a very dramatic stay due to the outbreak of the pestilence, of which his patron, duke Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy, vice-roy of Sicily, died on 3 August1624 . According to Salomon 2012, p. 43 he stayed till September 1625 in Palermo, but according to older literature till September 1624
  • Napels 1625-09
    this stay is not certain. See Salomon 2012, p. 43
  • Genua 1625
    He left Genoa for on 4 July 1625 ( For a different date see Salomon 2012, p. 43), Later he was in Aix-en-Provence (a meeting with Du Peiresc, see Larsen 1975); a document of 12 December 1625 still refers to Van Dyck as being abroad (Larsen 1988, vol. I, p. 112); possibly he stayed a while in France, possibly in Paris
  • Antwerpen 1627-07 - 1627
    part of a letter is dated Antwerp, July 1627 (Larsen 1988, vol. I, p. 113)
  • Londen (Engeland) 1627 - 1628-03
    According to many biographers he left at the end of 1627 for England (Larsen 1988, vol. I, p. 124 note58); in March 1628 he was back in Antwerp, probably because his patron, the Earl of Arundel was in disgrace at court in London
  • Antwerpen 1628-03-06
    a testament of Van Dyck, bearing this date and made up in Antwerp, is known
  • Den Haag 1629
  • Antwerpen 1629 - 1632
    Queen Maria de' Medici was in Antwerp from 4 September till 16 October 1631, during which stay Van Dyck painted her portrait (243572)
  • Noordelijke Nederlanden (historische regio) 1632
    According to A. Houbraken C. Huyghens noted in his diary that Van Dyck made his portrait on 28 January 1632; Van Dyck visited Haarlem and Frans Hals in 1632
  • Brussel 1632
  • Londen (Engeland) 1632-05-21 - 1634
    There exists a note for payment for Van Dyck' s lodgings, dated 21 May; first payment by Charles I dated 8 August. Van Dyck received his elevation in the nobility on 5 July 1632. At the same time he received his house on the Thames in Blackfriars
  • Antwerpen 1634 - 1635
    Van Dyck rented the country-house Steen on 28 March 1634
  • Brussel 1634
    Van Dyck signed a deed on 14 April 1634 in Brussels; in November 1634 he painted the portrait of the Cardinal-Infant Ferdinand in Brussels
  • Londen (Engeland) 1636 - 1640
    Van Dyck signed a notarial deed on 6 January 1636 for his sister Suzanne, while in London. Van Dyck married Mary Ruthven in 1638
  • Antwerpen 1640-10-18 - 1640
    Arrived in Antwerp on Saint Luke's day
  • Parijs 1641-01 - 1641-11
    According to Bellori Van Dyck competed in vain to paint the Great Gallery of the Louvre. The assignment went to Poussin and Vouet instead
  • Blackfriars (Londen) 1641-11 - 1641-12-09
    On 1 December 1641 Van Dyck's daughter Justiniana was born; Van Dyck died in his house in Blackfriars on December 9, 1641; his funaral followed on 11December 1641 in St. Paul's Cathedral, London. His property was diveded between his wife Maria, his daughters Justianiana and Maria Theresa (out of wedlock) and his sister Susanna and her children
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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.
christelijk religieuze voorstelling, mythologie, allegorie, geometrische abstractie, historie (als genre), portret, diervoorstelling (genre)
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Ingevoerd op: 1991-12-14; Gewijzigd op: 2017-09-23

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