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

Willem Frederiksz. Royen

Name:Willem Frederiksz. Royen
Name variants:Wilhelm Frederik van Roijen
Gender:male
Born:Haarlem circa
Died:Berlijn
Father:Frederick van Royen (? - ?)
Mother:

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Attributes

Category Attribute Value Date startDate end
Subject of painting Dierendieren0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Dierenvogels0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Landschaplandschappen0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Stillevenjachtstillevens0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Stillevenvruchtenstillevens0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Stillevenbloemstillevens0000-00-00 0000-00-00

Relations

Relation Modifier Date startDate end
Artistic
courtly client of Friedrich Wilhelm von Brandenburg
courtly client of Friedrich I. von Preußen
Education and training
pupil of Arnold (van) Ravesteyn I & II, alias: Arent / Arnoudcertain
Friendship
ward of Paulus Hellebuyck

References

External biographical records

Primary sources

  1. Bredius, A., Künstler-Inventare, Urkunden zur Geschichte der holländische Kunst des XVIten, XVIIten und XVIIIten Jahrhunderts (8 vols.), Den Haag: Nijhoff (1915-1922). <URL: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/bredius1915ga>, volume 6: 2208.

Secondary sources

  1. Buijsen, E. (ed.) Haagse schilders in de Gouden Eeuw : het Hoogsteder Lexicon van alle schilders werkzaam in Den Haag 1600-1700, Den Haag: Kunsthandel Hoogsteder & Hoogsteder; Zwolle: Waanders (1998).
  2. 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).
  3. Thieme, Ulrich & Becker, Felix, Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart, Band 29, Leipzig: Engelmann (1935).
  4. Van der Willigen, Adriaan & Meijer, Fred G., A dictionary of Dutch and Flemish still-life painters working in oils, 1525-1725, Leiden: Primavera Press (2003).

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