Amsterdam Centre for the Study of the Golden Age
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Linking cultural industries in the early modern Low Countries, ca. 1475 - ca. 1725

Frederik Hendrik van Oranje-Nassau

Name:Frederik Hendrik van Oranje-Nassau
Gender:male
Born:Delft
Died:Den Haag
Father:Willem van Oranje-Nassau I, alias: Willem I (1533 - 1584)
Mother:Louise de Coligny (1555 - 1620)

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Artistic
bought painting(s) from Hercules Pietersz. Segers, alias: Hercules Seghers / Zegers
commissioned works of art by Peter Paul Rubens, alias: Petrus Paulus Rubens
commissioned works of art by Esaias van den Velde I, alias: Josias / Osias
commissioned works of art by Moyses Matheusz. (van) Uyttenbroeck, alias: Moses | Mozes | Wtenbrouck | Uijttenbroeck
commissioned works of art by Dirck Abrahamsz. van der Lisse
commissioned works of art by Adriaen Abels van Utrecht
courtly patron of Azarias Martens, alias: Asarias Maerts
portrayed by Michiel Jansz van Miereveld
portrayed by Jan Anthonisz. van Ravesteyn
Business
is employer of Constantijn Huygens I
is employer of Willem van Straten, alias: Guilielmus Stratenus
is employer of Friedrich Roodt
is employer of Matthias Benedictus Ras
is employer of Jan Jansen de Vos, alias: de Goede
is employer of Jan Jansen de Vos, alias: de Goede
is employer of André Rivet, alias: Andreas Rivetus
is employer of Jan Jansen de Vos, alias: de Goede
is employer of Jan Fransz van Santwyck
is employer of Jan Jansen de Vos, alias: de Goede
is employer of Jan Jansz. Stampioen de Jonge
Friendship
witnessed baptism of Henry de la Vallée, alias: Hindrich de la Vallée

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  1. Fremantle, Katharine, 'Jan Jansz. de Vos, Sculptor of Haarlem, the Author of some Notable Lost Works', Oud Holland 80 nr. 2 (1965), pp. 65-111. <URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/42712176>, 66

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