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Tag Archives: Guild of St. Luke

In the Gallery – Cornelis van der Voort: Portrait of a Lady

May

15

Cornelis van der Voort was a Flemish artist who settled in the Dutch Republic once his hometown of Antwerp fell captive to the Spanish in 1585.

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In the Gallery – Cornelis van der Voort: Portrait of a Gentleman

Mar

29

Cornelis van der Voort was a Flemish artist who settled in the Dutch Republic once his hometown of Antwerp fell captive to the Spanish in 1585. He set up in Amsterdam and became one of the city’s leading portraitists.

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#36 Theodoor Rombouts: The Concert (A Music Party)

Apr

12

Theodoor Rombouts studied in Italy from 1616 to 1625, following an apprenticeship in the vibrant and commercial city of Antwerp in the early seventeenth century. He was in Rome in 1620 and may have worked for the Medici in Florence until 1625, when he returned to Antwerp.

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#41 Peter Thijs & Pieter Boel: Huntsman with His Dogs and Game

Mar

08

This life-size portrait of an unknown hunter is considered to be the collaborative work of Pieter Thijs and Pieter Boel. Both artists were born in Antwerp and became members of the Guild of St. Luke in 1644 and 1650 respectively.

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