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Anthony van Dyck

Portrait
Name:Anthony van Dyck
Name variants:Anthonie / Anthonis van Dijck
Gender:male
Born:Antwerpen
Died:Blackfriars
Father:Frans van Dyck (? - 1622)
Mother:Maria Cuypers (? - 1607)

Marriage:

Children:

Occupations:

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Attributes

Category Attribute Value Date startDate end
Religion DenominationRoman Catholic
Subject of painting Genrefiguren
Subject of painting Historiehistoriestukken
Subject of painting Portretportretten

Relations

Relation Modifier Date startDate end
Artistic
commissioned works of art by Robert van Voerst
courtly client of Guido Bentivoglio
courtly client of Isabella Clara Eugenia van Spanje
courtly client of Karel I van Engeland
portrayed Willem Hondius, alias: Guilhelmus / Wilhelm
portrayed Johannes van Mildert, alias: Hans van Mildert
portrayed David Ryckaert II
portrayed Palamedes Palamedesz. I
portrayed Karel van Mallery, alias: Charles de Mallery
portrayed Frans Snijders
portrayed Margaretha de Vos
portrayed Maerten Ryckaert, alias: Martin Rijckaert
portrayed Helena Elants Tromper
portrayed Hendrick Dubois II
portrayed Paulus de Vos, alias: Pauwel / Pauwels
portrayed Isabelle van Waerbeke
portrayed Jan Snellinck I, alias: Hans / Joan Snellinx
portrayed Anna Maria van Montfort
portrayed François Du Quesnoy, alias: Frans; Francesco; Dequenova; Ducheneul; Chenove; Di Canve; Duquesnoy
portrayed Adriaan van der Borcht
portrayed Karel I van Engeland
portrayed Anna van Thielen
portrayed Theodoor de Rasiers, alias: Dirck / Thiry Rogiers / Regniers
portrayed Robert van Voerst
portrayed Lucas van Uffelen
portrayed Maerten Pepyn, alias: Martinus Pepijn
portrayed Guido Bentivoglio
portrayed Justus Sustermans, alias: Joost Suttermans
portrayed Aubertus Miraeus, alias: Aubert Le Mire
portrayed Adriaen Simonsz Rottermont
portrayed Jan Anthonisz. van Ravesteyn
portrayed Wolfgang Wilhelm von der Pfalz-Neuburg
portrayed Constantijn Huygens I
portrayed Béatrix de Cusance
portrayed Orazio Gentileschi, alias: Horatio Lomi
portrayed Margaret Lemon, alias: Leman; Leaman
portrayed Constantijn Huygens I
portrayed Michel le Blon, alias: Michiel le Blond / Blondus
used as a model Margaret Lemon, alias: Leman; Leamancertain
used as a model Peeter de Jode I, alias: Pietercertain
Business
has business relation with Martinus (van der) Enden I
is employer of Paulus Pontius, alias: Paul Dupont
is employer of Jan van Rijn, alias: Jan de Rijn
is employer of David Beck
is employer of Jan Baptist Jaspers, alias: John Baptist Gaspars
Education and training
master of Bartram Fouchier, alias: Bertram de Fouchiercertain
master of Jan van Belkamp, alias: Johannes van Belcampcertain
master of Cornelis de Nevecertain
master of Thomas Willeboirts Bosschaertprobably
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 Arnoldus Donth, alias: Dont / Dhontcertain
master of Herman Servaescertain
master of David Beckcertain
pupil of Hendrick van Balen Icertain
Friendship
contributed to the album amicorum of Gottfridt Müller, alias: Gotfried Müller
principal of Peeter Snayers, alias: Pieter
travelling-companion of Jan Brueghel II
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 / Joris / Geldrop

References

External biographical records

Primary sources

  1. Houbraken, Arn., De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en schilderessen, waar van 'er vele met hunne beeltenissen ten tooneel verschynen, … zynde een vervolg op het schilderboek van K. van Mander (3 vols.), Amsterdam: Arnold Houbraken (1718-1721), volume 1: 179-188

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