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Jan Baptist Weenix, alias: Johannis Wenis

Gender:male
Born:Amsterdam circa 1621-00-00
Died:Vleuten 1659-10-03
Father:Jan Jansz. Weynes (1584 - ca. 1659)
Mother:Grietge Heremans (1595 - ?)

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Attributes

Date startDate end Category Attribute Value
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Religion DenominationRoman Catholic
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting Genreschuurinterieurs
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting Genregenrestukken
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting Historiehistoriestukken
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting LandschapItaliaanse landschappen
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting Ornamenttrompe l'oeuils
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting Portretportretten
0000-00-00 0000-00-00Subject of painting Stillevenjachtstillevens

Relations

Date startDate end Relation Modifier
Artistic
0000-00-00 0000-00-00portrayed Hans Horions, alias: Johan Horions
Education and training
1635-00-00 1635-00-00pupil of Jan Christiaensz Mickercertain
1636-00-00 1636-00-00pupil of Abraham Bloemaertcertain
1637-00-00 1638-00-00pupil of Claes Cornelisz. Moyaert, alias: Nicolaes Moeyaertcertain

References

External biographical records

Primary sources

  1. Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Amsterdam: DTB-registers (toegangsnummer 5001), 451: 227.

Secondary sources

  1. Briels, Jan, Vlaamse schilders en de dageraad van Hollands Gouden Eeuw, 1585-1630 : met biografie├źn als bijlage, Antwerpen: Mercatorfonds (1997).
  2. Ginnings, Rebecca Jean, The art of Jan Baptist Weenix and Jan Weenix (3 vols.), Newark DE: s.n. (1970), (Dissertation University of Delaware).
  3. 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).
  4. Haak, B., Hollandse schilders in de gouden eeuw, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff-Landshoff (1984).
  5. Muller Fzn, S., Schilders- vereenigingen te Utrecht: bescheiden uit het gemeente archief [Utrechtsche archieven I], Utrecht: Beijers (1880).
  6. Roethlisberger, Marcel G. & Bok, Marten Jan, Abraham Bloemaert and his sons, paintings and prints (2 vols.), [Aetas aurea 11], Doornspijk: Davaco (1993).
  7. Rogier, L.J., Geschiedenis van het katholicisme in Noord-Nederland in de 16e en de 17e eeuw (3 vols.), Amsterdam: Urbi et orbi (1947), (tweede druk). <URL: http://www.dbnl.org/tekst/rogi002gesc01_01/>, 683.
  8. Schatborn, Peter & Verberne, Judith, Drawn to warmth: 17th-century Dutch artists in Italy, Zwolle: Waanders; Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum (2001).
  9. Stechow, W., 'Jan Baptist Weenix', Art Quartely 11 (1949), pp. 181-199.
  10. Turner, Jane (ed.) The dictionary of art (34 vols.), London: Macmillan; New York: Grove (1996).
  11. 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).