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Noord-Nederlands (school)
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Utrecht (stad) 1605/1606
c. 1605-1606. In 1662 he was mentioned being 56 years old (Bok 1989, p. 52 note 6).
Overleden
Utrecht (stad) 1663-03/1663-03-16
buried on March 16, 1663
Familierelaties
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son of Herman de Jongh (1548-1612), an influential jurist, and Johanna de Glarges (1566-1644), daughter of Claude de Glarges, the leader of the Protestant uprising in Mons 1573; married 1) to Adriana Carpenter (her father served as an Englishman in the Dutch army and married a sister of Claude's mother) and 2) in Utrecht on 2 July 1643 to Juliana van Pisa. His first wife did not come from England, but was his cousin, she was about twelve years older than him and is only mentioned in the document on his second marriage to Juliana van Pisa on July 2nd, 1643.
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  • Utrecht (stad) 1606 - 1612
  • Den Haag (stad) 1612 - 1619
    After the father's death, the mother probably moved with him to her family in The Hague.
  • Groot-Brittannië 1615
    visit in 1615 (Kollmann 2000)
  • Canterbury (Kent) 1615
    A number of drawings indicate that de Jongh visited England on several occasions, his earliest dated drawing is of St Augustine’s Monastery, Canterbury (Waterhouse 1988, Turner et al. 1996).
  • Haarlem (stad) 1619
    in 1619 together with his uncle to Haarlem
  • Rouen 1620
    c. 1620 (if the painting attributed to him in the museum in Rouen is indeed by his hand)
  • Lyon
    A painting of Lyon Cathedral in the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, attributed to De Jongh, suggests that he also visited Lyon (Turner et al. 1996).
  • Engeland 1625
    visit in 1625 (Kollmann 2000)
  • Utrecht (stad) 1626 - 1630
    He became a member of the Guild of St Luke in Utrecht in 1627, and a master in 1633 (Turner et al. 1996).
  • Engeland 1627
    The first dated drawings confirm a stay in England from at least April 18 until May 27, 1627; during this time, he travelled through southern England, where he drew London Bridge, Westminster and Canterbury and Rochester Castle (Kollmann 2000).
  • Londen (Engeland) 1627
  • Engeland 1628
    visit 1628 (Kollmann 2000)
  • Haarlem (stad) 1630 - 1631
    It is possible that he also lived in Haarlem for a while as he is mentioned there in 1630–1631 (Turner et al. 1996).
  • Utrecht (stad) 1640
    a severe paralysis of the arms, which occurred c. 1640, the cause of which (possibly an accident) is unknown (Saur 2014). The paintings of England from the 1650s could well have been based on drawings dfrom the 1630s, which makes a stay in 1650 in England unlikely.
  • Utrecht (stad) 1662 - 1663
    in 1662 mentioned in Utrecht (Bok 1989); in 1663 he died and was buried in Utrecht in the Buurkerk
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Ingevoerd op: 1992-01-11; Laatste wijziging: 2022-08-02

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