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Anthony van Dyck

Name variants:Anthonie of Anthonis van Dijck
Gender:male
Born:Antwerpen
Died:Blackfriars
Father:Frans van Dyck (? - ?)
Mother:Maria Cuypers (? - ?)

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Attributes

Category Attribute Value Date startDate end
Subject of painting Genrefiguren0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Historiehistoriestukken0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Portretportretten0000-00-00 0000-00-00

Relations

Relation Modifier Date startDate end
Artistic
portrayed Willem Hondius, alias: Guilhelmus Hondius
portrayed Johannes van Mildert, alias: Hans van Mildert
portrayed David Ryckaert II
portrayed Palamedes Palamedesz. I
portrayed Maerten Pepyn, alias: Martinus Pepijn
portrayed Adriaen Simonsz Rottermont
portrayed Michel le Blon, alias: Michiel le Blond / Blondus
Business
has business relation with Martinus (van der) Enden I
Education and training
master of Bartram Fouchier, alias: Bertram de Fouchiercertain
master of Jan van Belkamp, alias: Johannes van Belcampcertain
master of Thomas Willeboirts (Bosschaert)probably
master of Jan van Rijn, alias: Jan de Rijncertain
master of Peter Thys I, alias: Pietercertain
master of Peter Bom IIIcertain
master of Bartholomeus Cambere, alias: Camere / Cambre / Camberere / Cabererecertain
master of Herman Servaescertain
master of David Beckcertain
pupil of Hendrick van Balen Icertain
Friendship
principal of Peeter Snayers, alias: Pieter
witnessed baptism of Antonia Vorsterman
Housing
lodger of Cornelis de Wael II
lodger of Lucas de Wael, alias: Luca de Wael
tennant of Georg Geldorp, alias: George / Jorge Geldrop

References

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Secondary sources

  1. Barnes, Susan J., Van Dyck in Italy: 1621-1628, s.l.: s.n. (1986), (Ph.D. dissertation. New York University).
  2. Braun, Karel, Alle tot nu toe bekende schilderijen van Van Dyck, Rotterdam: Lekturama (1980), (Reeks: Meesters der schilderkunst).
  3. De Maere, J. & Webbes, M., Martin, Jennifer A. (ed.) Illustrated dictionary of 17th century Flemish painters (3 vols.), Brussels: La Renaissance du Livre (1994).
  4. Depauw, Carl, Luijten, Ger & Duverger, Erik, Antoon van Dyck en de prentkunst, Antwerpen: Open Rijksmuseum (1999).
  5. Groenendijk, Pieter, Beknopt biografisch lexicon van Zuid- en Noord-Nederlandse schilders, graveurs, glasschilders, tapijtwevers et cetera van ca. 1350 tot ca. 1720, Leiden: Primavera (2008).
  6. Göbel, Heinrich, Wandteppiche (3 vols.), Leipzig: Von Klinkhart & Biermann (1923-1934).
  7. Haak, B., Hollandse schilders in de gouden eeuw, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff-Landshoff (1984).
  8. Larsen, Erik, Alle tot nu toe bekende schilderijen van Van Dyck, [Meesters der schilderkunst], Rotterdam: Lekturama (1980).
  9. Larsen, Erik, The paintings of Anthony van Dyck (2 vols.), Freren: Luca Verlag (1988).
  10. Levert, Stephanie, "Étrangers, mais habitués en cette ville de Paris". Les artistes néerlandais à Paris (1550-1700) : une prosopographie, Paris: s.n. (2017), (Proefschrift Universiteit Utrecht).
  11. Mariette, P.J., Abécédario de P. J. Mariette et autres notes inédites de cet amateur sur les arts et les artistes (eds. De Chennevières, Ph. & De Montaiglon, A.), Paris: Dumoulin (1853-1862), volume 2: 174, volume 2: 175 & volume 5: 371.
  12. Meißner, Günter, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon: die bildenden Künstler aller Zeiten und Völker, Teil 31, München-Leipzig: Saur (2002).
  13. Thieme, Ulrich & Becker, Felix, Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart, Band 10, Leipzig: Engelmann (1914).
  14. Vey, Horst, Die Zeichnungen Anton van Dycks (2 vols.), Brüssel: Verlag Arcade (1962).
  15. Von Würzbach, Alfred, Niederländisches Künstler-Lexikon (3 vols.), Leipzig: Halm und Goldmann (1906-1911). <URL: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/wurzbach1906ga>.
  16. Wood, Jeremy, 'Orazio Gentileschi and some Netherlandish artists in London: the patronage of the Duke of Buckingham, Charles I and Henrietta Maria', Simiolus: Netherlands quarterly for the history of art 28 (2000-2001), pp. 103-128.

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