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Linking cultural industries in the early modern Low Countries, ca. 1475 - ca. 1725

Hans van Merlen

Name:Hans van Merlen
Name variants:Johan / Jan van Maerlen / Maerle / Meerle / Meirelen / Melis
Gender:male
Born:Breda or
Died:Amsterdam
Father:Dierick Ottensz van Merle (1540 - 1607)
Mother:Christina van Mansdale Willemsdochter (? - 1573)

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Artistic
bought painting(s) from Adriaen van Nieulandt I, alias: Nieuwelandt

References

Primary sources

  1. Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Amsterdam: Archief van de Burgemeesters: poorterboeken (toegangsnummer 5033), 1: 454.
  2. Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Amsterdam: Archief van de Thesaurieren Ordinaris (Toegangsnummer: 5039), 95: 70vo.
  3. Van Hemeldonck, Godelieve, Het Grootwerk, Goud- en Zilversmeden vermeld te Antwerpen 13e-19e eeuw (6 vols.), Antwerpen: s.n. (2005), (typoscript Felixarchief te Antwerpen), volume 3: 16-1252.

Secondary sources

  1. Citroen, Karel, Dutch goldsmiths' and silversmiths' marks and names prior to 1812: a descriptive and critical repertory, Leiden: Primavera Pers (1993).
  2. Montias, J.M., 'A group of related buyers at Orphan Camber auctions', De Nederlandsche Leeuw 118 (2001), pp. 173-188.
  3. Montias, John Michael, The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories, . <URL: http://research.frick.org/montias/home.php>, 270.
  4. Van der Marel, A., 'Van Merlen te Antwerpen', De Nederlandsche Leeuw 84 (1967), pp. 194-200 & 218-231.
  5. Van der Speyk, Emile V., 'De nakomelingen van Paulus Woutersz van Solt (Antwerpen–Londen–Amsterdam–'s-Gravenhage)', De Nederlandsche Leeuw 124 (2007), pp. 109-129.

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