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Cornelis Cornelisz Van Haarlem

Cornelis Cornelisz Van Haarlem (1562 - 1638) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

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Cornelis Corneliszoon van Haarlem (1562 – 11 November 1638), Dutch Golden Age painter and draughtsman, was one of the leading Northern Mannerist artists in the Netherlands, and an important forerunner of Frans Hals as a portraitist. Born in Haarlem, Cornelis Corneliszoon was a pupil of Pieter Pietersz in Haarlem, and later Gillis Coignet in Antwerp......

Frans Iii Francken

Frans Iii Francken (1581 - 1642) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Frans Francken III (1607–1667) was a Flemish Baroque painter and the best known member of the fourth generation of the Francken family of artists. Francken was born and died in Antwerp. He was the son of Frans Francken II and Elisabeth Placquet and became a master in the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke in 1639. He was dean of the Guild of St. Luke in 165......

Carlo Cignani

Carlo Cignani (1628 - 1719) - Italy (Bologna)

Carlo Cignani (15 May 1628 – 8 September 1719) was an Italian painter. His innovative style referred to as his 'new manner' introduced a reflective, intimate mood of painting and presaged the later pictures of Guido Reni and Guercino, as well as those of Simone Cantarini. This gentle manner marked a break with the more energetic style of earlier Bo......

Corneille De Lyon

Corneille De Lyon (1500 - 1575) - Netherlands (The Hague)

Corneille de Lyon (early 16th century - 8 November 1575 (buried) ) was a Dutch painter of portraits who was active in Lyon, France from 1533 until his death. In France and the Netherlands he is also still known as Corneille de La Haye (Dutch: Cornelis van Den Haag) after his birthplace, The Hague. Although he is well documented as the leading paint......

Juan Van Der Hamen

Juan Van Der Hamen (1596 - 1631) - Spain (Madrid)

Juan van der Hamen y (Gómez de) León (baptized 8 April 1596 – 28 March 1631) was a Spanish painter, a master of still life paintings, also called bodegones. Prolific and versatile, he painted allegories, landscapes, and large-scale works for churches and convents. Today he is remembered mostly for his still lifes, a genre he popularized in 1620s Ma......

Giovanni Baglione

Giovanni Baglione (1566 - 1643) - Italy (Roma)

Giovanni Baglione (1566 – 30 December 1643) was an Italian Late Mannerist and Early Baroque painter and art historian. He is best remembered for his acrimonious and damaging involvement with the slightly younger artist Caravaggio and his important collection of biographies of the other artists working in Rome in his lifetime, although there are man......

Giuseppe Cesari

Giuseppe Cesari (1568 - 1640) - Italy (Arpino)

Giuseppe Cesari (February 1568 – 3 July 1640) was an Italian Mannerist painter, also named Il Giuseppino and called Cavaliere d'Arpino, because he was created Cavaliere di Cristo by his patron Pope Clement VIII. He was much patronized in Rome by both Clement and Sixtus V. He was the chief of the studio in which Caravaggio trained upon the younger p......

Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione

Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (1609 - 1664) - Italy (Genoa)

Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (baptized 23 March 1609 – 5 May 1664) was an Italian Baroque artist, painter, printmaker and draftsman, of the Genoese school. He is best known now for his elaborate engravings, and as the inventor of the printmaking technique of monotyping. He was known as Il Grechetto in Italy and in France as Le Benédette. Castigli......

Willem Drost

Willem Drost (1633 - 1659) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Willem Drost (baptized 19 April 1633 – buried 25 February 1659) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and printmaker of history paintings and portraits. He is a mysterious figure, closely associated with Rembrandt, with very few paintings clearly attributable to him. He was presumably born in Amsterdam, in what was then known as the United Provinces of th......

Nicolas Mignard

Nicolas Mignard (1606 - 1668) - France (Troyes)

Nicolas Mignard, called Mignard d’Avignon, (7 February 1606 (baptised) – 20 March 1668) was a French painter known for his religious and mythological scenes and portraits. He spent most of his active life in Avignon creating religious and mythological paintings for religious institutions and stately homes but ended his career as court painter in Pa......

Domenico Guidi

Domenico Guidi (1625 - 1701) - Italy (Carrara)

Domenico Guidi (1625 – 28 March 1701) was a prominent Italian Baroque sculptor. Born in Carrara, Guidi followed his uncle, Giuliano Finelli, a prominent sculptor noted for his feud with Bernini, to Naples. When he fled Naples in 1647 during Masaniello's revolt, in Rome he joined the studio of Bernini's main competitor Alessandro Algardi with whom h......

Cornelis Cornelisz Kunst

Cornelis Cornelisz Kunst (1563 - 1640) - Netherlands (Leiden)

Cornelis Cornelisz. Kunst (1493, Leiden – 1544, Leiden), was a Dutch Renaissance painter. According to Karel van Mander, who claimed he lived 1493-1544, he was the best among his painter-brothers, as son and pupil of his father, the painter Cornelis Engelbrechtsz. He won commissions from the Leiden council members as well as the clergy, specificall......

Bartholomeus Van Der Helst

Bartholomeus Van Der Helst (1613 - 1670) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

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Bartholomeus van der Helst (1613 – buried 16 December 1670) was a Dutch painter. Considered to be one of the leading portrait painters of the Dutch Golden Age, his elegant portraits gained him the patronage of Amsterdam's elite as well as the Stadtholder's circle. Besides portraits, van der Helst painted a few genre pictures as well as some biblica......

Balthasar Van Der Ast

Balthasar Van Der Ast (1593 - 1657) - Netherlands (Middelburg)

Balthasar van der Ast (1593/94 – 7 March 1657) was a Dutch Golden Age painter who specialized in still lifes of flowers and fruit, as well as painting a number of remarkable shell still lifes he is considered to be a pioneer in the genre of shell painting. His still lifes often contain insects and lizards. He was born in Middelburg and died in Delf......

Francisco De Herrera

Francisco De Herrera (1622 - 1685) - France (Paris)

Francisco Herrera the Younger ("el Mozo" 1622 - 25 August 1685) was a Spanish painter and architect. Born in Seville, he was the second son of Francisco Herrera the Elder ("el Viejo"), and began his career under his father's instruction but the father's violent temper at last became so intolerable that the youth fled to Rome. For six years the youn......

Giovanni Lanfranco

Giovanni Lanfranco (1582 - 1647) - Italy (Parma)

Giovanni Lanfranco (26 January 1582 – 30 November 1647) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. Giovanni Gaspare Lanfranco was born in Parma, the third son of Stefano and Cornelia Lanfranchi, and was placed as a page in the household of Count Orazio Scotti. His talent for drawing allowed him to begin an apprenticeship with the Bolognese artis......

Ciro Ferri

Ciro Ferri (1634 - 1689) - Italy (Rome)

Ciro Ferri (1634 – 13 September 1689) was an Italian Baroque sculptor and painter, the chief pupil and successor of Pietro da Cortona. He was born in Rome, where he began working under Cortona and with a team of artists in the extensive fresco decorations of the Quirinal Palace (1656–1659). He collaborated with Cortona and completed for him the ext......

Pedro De Campaña

Pedro De Campaña (1503 - 1580) - Belgium (Bruselas)

Pedro Campaña (1503–1586) was a Flemish painter of the Renaissance period, mainly active in Italy and Spain. His actual name was Pieter de Kempeneer, translated into French as Champaigne, and was also known as Peter van de Velde. Born in Brussels, he trained there with Bernard Van Orley. His early life appears to have been spent in Italy, where he ......

Bernardo Cavallino

Bernardo Cavallino (1616 - 1656) - Italy (Napoli)

Bernardo Cavallino (1616–1656) was an Italian painter and draughtsman. He is regarded as one of the most original painters active in Naples during the first half of the 17th century. Born in Naples, he is thought to have died during the plague epidemic in 1656. While his paintings are some of the more stunningly expressive works emerging from the N......

Elisabetta Sirani

Elisabetta Sirani (1638 - 1665) - Italy (Bologna)

Elisabetta Sirani (8 January 1638 – 28 August 1665) was an Italian Baroque painter and printmaker who died in unexplained circumstances at the age of 27. She was the most famous woman artist in early modern Bologna and established an academy for other female artists. Elisabetta Sirani was born in Bologna in January 1638, the first of four children ......

Tobias Verhaecht

Tobias Verhaecht (1561 - 1631) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Tobias Verhaecht (1561–1631) was a Flemish painter primarily of landscapes. His style was indebted to the mannerist world landscape developed by artists like Joachim Patinir and Pieter Bruegel the Elder. He was the first teacher of Pieter Paul Rubens. Tobias Verhaecht was born in Antwerp as the son of Cornelis van Haecht. His father must also have ......

Andrea Celesti

Andrea Celesti (1637 - 1712) - Italy (Venice)

Andrea Celesti (1637–1712) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, working in Venice. His style gravitated over the years from a turgid and academic weightiness to a lighter, looser brushstroke. Celesti was born in Venice and is buried in Toscolano. He first trained with Matteo Ponzoni, then with Sebastiano Mazzoni. During his early years (16......

Giovanni Bilivert

Giovanni Bilivert (1585 - 1644) - Italy (Florence)

Giovanni Biliverti (surname also written as Bilivelt and Bilivert or other variants) (Florence, 25 August 1585 – Florence, 16 July 1644) was an Italian painter of the late-Mannerism and early-Baroque period, active mainly in his adoptive city of Florence, as well as Rome. Biliverti was born as Jan Bilevelt. His father was Giacomo Giovanni Biliverti......

Andries Van Eertvelt

Andries Van Eertvelt (1590 - 1652) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Andries van Eertvelt (1590 – 1652), was a Flemish painter, draughtsman and engraver who was one of the first Flemish artists to specialize in marine art. Several of his pupils also became prominent marine artists. Andries van Eertvelt was born in Antwerp and baptized in the Antwerp cathedral on 25 March 1590. There is no record of the masters with ......

Jean Nocret

Jean Nocret (1615 - 1672) - France (Nancy)

Jean Nocret (December 1615/17, Nancy- November 1672, Paris) was a French painter who is best known for his portraits of the French Royal Family. Many portraits of uncertain origin have been attributed to him. His was a student of Jean LeClerc. Later, he travelled to Rome, where he met Nicolas Poussin and did some work for Poussin's patron, Paul Fré......

Egbert Lievensz Van Der Poel

Egbert Lievensz Van Der Poel (1621 - 1664) - Netherlands (Delft)

Egbert van der Poel (9 March 1621, in Delft – 19 July 1664, in Rotterdam) was a Dutch Golden Age genre and landscape painter, son of a Delft goldsmith. Van der Poel may have been a student of Esaias van de Velde and of Aert van der Neer. According to the RKD he was the brother of the painter Adriaen Lievensz van der Poel and a student of Cornelis S......

Jacob Symonsz Pynas

Jacob Symonsz Pynas (1583 - 1631) - Netherlands (Alkmaar)

Jacob Symonsz. Pynas (1592, Haarlem – 1650, Delft), was a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to Houbraken, Rembrandt studied with him in his workshop a few months after his six-month apprenticeship with Pieter Lastman, before he opened his own workshop in Leiden. According to the RKD he was the brother of Jan Pynas who travelled to Italy. Their si......

Nicolaus Knüpfer

Nicolaus Knüpfer (1609 - 1655) - Germany (Liepzig)

Nikolaus Knüpfer (1609 – 1655) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. Knüpfer was trained in Leipzig, where according to Houbraken he was apprenticed to Emanuel Nysen. He then moved to Magdeburg where he found work making brushes for artists. He stayed there until 1630, and then moved to Utrecht to work with Abraham Bloemaert. He lived with him for two ye......

Pieter De Molyn

Pieter De Molyn (1595 - 1661) - United Kingdom (London)

Pieter de Molijn (6 April 1595 in London – 23 March 1661 in Haarlem) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver born in England. He was baptized in the Dutch Reformed Austin Friars church in London. Little is known of his early training, but he probably traveled to Italy and in 1616 he became a member of the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke. He was a con......

Jacopo Zucchi

Jacopo Zucchi (1542 - 1596) - Italy (Florence)

Jacopo Zucchi (c. 1541- c. 1590) was a Florentine painter of the Mannerist style, active in Florence and Rome. His training began in the studio of Giorgio Vasari, and he participated in decoration of the Studiolo and the Salone dei Cinquecento in the Palazzo Vecchio. Moving to Rome in the early 1570s, he worked for the Cardinal Ferdinando de' Medic......

Tommaso Salini

Tommaso Salini (1575 - 1625) - Italy (Rome)

Tommaso Salini (1575 – 13 September 1625) was an Italian painter of the early-Baroque period, active in Rome. He is best remembered for defending his friend, Giovanni Baglione, in his libel suit against Caravaggio and other painters in his circle. Baglioni describes his still life paintings. He joined the Accademia di San Luca in 1605. Salini is a ......

Aniello Falcone

Aniello Falcone (1607 - 1665) - Italy (Naples)

Aniello Falcone (15 November 1600 – 1656) was an Italian Baroque painter, active in Naples and noted for his painted depictions of battle scenes. Some sources refer to him as Ancillo Falcone. Born in Naples the son of a tradesman, he showed his artistic tendency at an early age. He first received some instruction from a relative, before becoming on......

Michel Anguier

Michel Anguier (1612 - 1686) - France (Eu (Seine-Maritime))

Cornelis Ketel

Cornelis Ketel (1548 - 1616) - Netherlands (Gouda)

Cornelis or Cornelius Ketel (18 March 1548 – 8 August 1616 ) was a Dutch Mannerist painter, active in Elizabethan London from 1573 to 1581, and in Amsterdam from 1581 to the early 17th century, now known essentially as a portrait-painter, though he was also a poet and orator, and from 1595 began to sculpt as well. According to Ketel's biography, wr......

Giacinto Brandi

Giacinto Brandi (1621 - 1691) - Italy (Poli)

Giacinto Brandi (1621 – 19 January 1691) was an Italian painter of the Baroque era, active mainly in Rome and Naples. Born in Poli, in Lazio, he was trained in Rome in the studio of Alessandro Algardi, a noted sculptor, who noted that Brandi was more suited to painting. He joined the studio of Giovanni Giacomo Sementi. He traveled to Naples from 16......

Johannes Mytens

Johannes Mytens (1614 - 1670) - Netherlands (The Hague)

Johannes Mytens or Jan Mijtens (circa 1614 – 24 December 1670) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. Mytens was born in The Hague. According to Houbraken, Johannes (Jan) Mijtens was trained by Anthony van Opstal and later by Nicolas van der Horst. Both of his uncles, Isaac Mijtens and Daniël Mijtens, were painters, and his son Cornelis became an engraver......

Pieter Symonsz Potter

Pieter Symonsz Potter (1597 - 1652) - Netherlands (Enkhuizen)

Pieter Symonsz Potter (1597, Enkhuizen – 1652, Amsterdam), was a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to Houbraken he was the city secretary of Enkhuizen, married to the daughter of Paulus Bertius and the father of the painter Pieter I Potter, making him the grandfather of Pieter II, Paulus, and Maria Potter. According to the RKD his wife was the si......

Sante Peranda

Sante Peranda (1566 - 1638) - Italy (Venice)

Sante Peranda (1566–1638) was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance period. He was a pupil of the painter Leonardo Corona and later Palma il Giovane. Also known as Santo Peranda. He painted a Descent from the cross for San Procolo in Venice. He painted The defeat of the Saracens for the Ducal Palace of Modena. He painted the Gathering of the M......

Thomas Van Apshoven

Thomas Van Apshoven (1622 - 1664) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Thomas van Apshoven, sometimes miscalled Theodor, (1622– 1664/7) was a Flemish artist. The son of Ferdinand van Apshoven the Elder, he was baptized at Antwerp on 30 November 1622. He became a pupil of David Teniers the Younger, whose style he imitated with much success. We find various records of Apshoven. In 1652 he took the oath as standard-beare......

Luis Tristán De Escamilla

Luis Tristán De Escamilla (1586 - 1624) -

Luis Tristán de Escamilla, also Luis Rodríguez Tristán (1586–1624), was a Spanish painter. Tristán was born and died in Toledo. He became an assistant of El Greco between 1603 and 1607 Tristán's later works were influenced by his master. One of his most important paintings is an altar image in the church of Yepes (1616) as well as The Adoration of ......

Girolamo Campagna

Girolamo Campagna (1552 - 1624) - Italy (Verona)

Girolamo Campagna (1549–1625) was a Northern Italian sculptor. Born in Verona, he went to Venice in 1572 and studied under both Jacopo Sansovino and Danese Cattaneo, and completed many of the latter's works. He was responsible for the figure of Doge Leonardo Loredano on the tomb which Cattaneo made in Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice. After his maste......

Benedetto Gennari

Benedetto Gennari (1633 - 1715) - Italy (Cento)

Benedetto Gennari II (October 19, 1633 – December 9, 1715) was an Italian painter active during the Baroque period. Belonging to a dynasty of painters, Gennari was a student of Guercino, the grandson of Benedetto Gennari, and older brother of Cesare Gennari. His father was Ercole Gennari and mother Lucia Barbieri. He trained at the workshop of the ......

Francesco Brizio

Francesco Brizio (1574 - 1623) - Italy (Bologna)

Francesco Brizio (1574–1623) was an Italian painter and engraver of the Bolognese School, active in the early-Baroque. It appears Cesare Malvasia confused him with il Nosadella or Giovanni Francesco Bezzi, who lived and was active only in the 16th century. Brizio was born in Bologna. He was initially a pupil of Bartolommeo Passarotti, but then beca......

Cesare Gennari

Cesare Gennari (1637 - 1688) - Italy (Cento)

Cesare Gennari (12 December 1637 – 11 February 1688 ) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. His Saint Mary Magdalene is in the Pinacoteca Civica di Cento. His Apparition of the Virgin to Saint Nicholas of Bari is at the Pinacoteca di Bologna. In his later work Cesare "shed all traces of Guercinesque idiom, adopting instead the courtly accen......

Francesco Camilliani

Francesco Camilliani (1530 - 1576) - Italy (Florence)

Francesco Camilliani (1530 Florence – 1586) was a Tuscan sculptor of the Renaissance period. He studied in Florence under Baccio Bandinelli. His son Camillo Camilliani (died 1603) was later a sculptor too, working in Palermo, where he also worked as an architect and held the post as well of ingegniere del Regno, "engineer to the Kingdom of Sicily".......

Jacopo Strada

Jacopo Strada (1507 - 1588) - Italy (Mantua)

Jacopo Strada (Mantua, 1507 — Prague 1588) was an Italian polymath courtier of the 16th century, a painter, architect, goldsmith, inventor of machines, numismatist, linguist, collector and merchant of works of art. His portrait by Titian has kept his image familiar. He is supposed to have received early training as a goldsmith in the Mantua worksho......

Jusepe Martínez

Jusepe Martínez (1600 - 1682) - Spain (Zaragoza)

Gillis Congnet

Gillis Congnet (1538 - 1599) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Gillis Coignet, Congnet or Quiniet (c. 1542 – 1599) was a Flemish Renaissance painter, who was strongly influenced by the Italian style. He painted historical and mythological subjects of an easel size, but was more successful in landscapes, in candlelight subjects, and moonlight. He was a Lutheran, which probably influenced his moves from Antwerp ......

Hendrick Maertensz Sorgh

Hendrick Maertensz Sorgh (1610 - 1670) - Netherlands (Rotterdam)

Hendrik Martenszoon Sorgh (c. 1610 – buried June 28, 1670) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of genre works. Born in Rotterdam, Sorgh became a pupil of David Teniers the Younger and Willem Pieterszoon Buytewech. Sorgh painted mostly interiors with peasants. His kitchen interiors feature elaborate still lifes. He also painted market scenes, portraits, ......

Juriaen Van Streeck

Juriaen Van Streeck (1632 - 1687) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Juriaen van Streeck or Juriaan van Streek (29 February 1632, in Amsterdam – buried 12 June 1687, in Amsterdam ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of still lifes. Juriaen van Streek was born in the year 1632 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.In 1653 he married Grietje Claes. The couple lived in several locations in the Jordaan then moved to Prinsengracht. They......

Hieronymus Janssens

Hieronymus Janssens (1624 - 1693) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Hieronymus Janssens or Jeroom Janssens (nicknamed Den danser) (1624, Antwerp - 1693, Antwerp) was a Flemish genre painter known for his compositions depicting elegant companies engaging in dance, music or play, which were of influence on the development of the genre of the conversation piece. He also painted architectural scenes of real or imaginar......

Luigi Garzi

Luigi Garzi (1638 - 1721) -

Luigi Garzi (Pistoia, 1638–Rome, 1721) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, whose work displayed heavy influences of the Bolognese painter, Guido Reni. Born in Pistoia. He started learning from a poorly known landscape painter, Salomon Boccali. But at age 15, he moved to Rome, where he was one of the main pupils of Andrea Sacchi. He is als......

Christoph Schwarz

Christoph Schwarz (1545 - 1592) -

Christoph Schwartz, Schwarz, or Schovarts (c. 1545 in München – April 15, 1592) was a German court painter. Houbraken remarked that he died the same year that Adrian de Bie was born. He took his information from Joachim von Sandrart's Teutsche Akademie. According to him, Schwartz was born in Ingolstadt and made many frescos and oil paintings while ......

Leonhard Kern

Leonhard Kern (1588 - 1662) - Germany (Forchtenberg)

Onorio Marinari

Onorio Marinari (1627 - 1715) - Italy

Onorio Marinari (1627 – January 5, 1715) was an Italian painter and printmaker of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence. His father, Sigismondo di Pietro Marinari, was also a painter, and he trained with his cousin, Carlo Dolci, later being also influenced by Simone Pignoni and Francesco Furini. His fresco in the Palazzo Capponi, Florence, ......

Sesson Shūkei

Sesson Shūkei (1504 - 1589) - Japan (Hitachi)

Sesson Shukei (born Satake Heizo) (Japanese: 雪村 1504 – c. 1589) was a Japanese Zen monk and painter from the Muromachi period. He is the most important painter who followed the style of Sesshū Tōyō (1420-1506). His works are classic examples of Japanese ink painting which was imported via many artists from China. He produced many landscapes. He tra......


Morazzone (1573 - 1626) -

Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli (commonly known as il Morazzone 1573–1626 ) was an Italian painter and draughtsman who was active in Milan. He is mainly known for his altarpieces, but his outstanding achievements are large decorative frescoes for the Sacro Monte di Varese and the Sacro Monte di Varallo. He was born in Morazzone, near Varese, Lombardy, ......

Francisco De Solís

Francisco De Solís (1620 - 1684) - Spain (Madrid)

Christophe Veyrier

Christophe Veyrier (1637 - 1689) - France (Trets)

Christophe Veyrier (25 June 1637 – 10 June 1689) was a French sculptor, the nephew and follower of Pierre Puget. Veyrier was born in Trets, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. He arrived in Genoa in 1663 and stayed for a number of years, before moving to Rome to live from 1668-70. In 1674 he married the daughter of the sister of Puget's wife. He worked in Ai......

Roelof Koets

Roelof Koets (1592 - 1654) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Roelof Koets (1592, Haarlem – 1654, Haarlem), was a Dutch Golden Age painter. He became a member of the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke in 1654 as vinder. He worked together with the Haarlem still life painters Pieter Claesz and Jan Jansz van de Velde. He himself was influenced by Floris van Dyck and in turn influenced Floris van Schooten. He became the ......

Anthonie Blocklandt Van Montfoort

Anthonie Blocklandt Van Montfoort (1533 - 1583) -

Anthonie Blocklandt van Montfoort, Anthonie van Blocklandt or Anthonie van Montfoort (1533 or 1534 - 18 October 1583) was a Dutch painter. He was born in Montfoort, where his father was at one time mayor. He went to learn under Hendrick Sweersz. in Delft and Frans Floris in Antwerp. In 1552 he returned to Montfoort, where he married the daughter of......

Frans Hogenberg

Frans Hogenberg (1535 - 1590) - Belgium (Mechelen)

Evert Van Aelst

Evert Van Aelst (1602 - 1657) -

Evert van Aelst, sometimes known as Everard Aalst, (1602 in Delft – 19 February 1657 in Delft) was a Dutch still life painter. Van Aelst was the uncle and teacher of Willem van Aelst. Both were famous for their still life paintings of game, fish, vases, etc. He was influenced by Pieter Claesz. According to Houbraken, he spent four years in France a......

Thomas Collier

Thomas Collier (1620 - 1691) - United Kingdom (Glossop)

Thomas Collier RI (12 November 1840 – 14 May 1891) was an English landscape painter. Collier was born in Glossop in Derbyshire, the son of Martha Siddall and Thomas Collier, who was a prosperous grocer and tea dealer. He received tuition at the Manchester School of Art and, inspired by David Cox's example, lived at Betws-y-Coed in northern Wales be......

Dirck De Bray

Dirck De Bray (1635 - 1694) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Dirck de Bray (Haarlem, ca. 1635 – Goch, 1694) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to Houbraken he was a multi-talented son and pupil of the painter and architect Salomon de Bray. He was known as a flower painter, but he could also sculpt. He carved a wooden bust of his father's head, that Houbraken admired and used for his engraving of Salom......

Jean Lemaire dit Lemaire-Poussin

Jean Lemaire dit Lemaire-Poussin (1598 - 1659) -

Jean Lemaire (1598–1659) was a French painter. He is also known as Lemaire-Poussin, due to his frequent close collaborations with Nicolas Poussin. He specialised in landscapes and classical architectural scenes, populated with mythological figures in classical dress. Lemaire was born in Dammartin-en-Goële. He studied under Claude Vignon before movi......

Franciscus Gysbrechts

Franciscus Gysbrechts (1630 - 1680) -

Franciscus Gijsbrechts (1649, Antwerp – after 1677), was a Flemish Baroque painter. He was the son of the still life painter Cornelis Norbertus Gijsbrechts and Anna Moons. He worked in Copenhagen in 1672 and is possibly identical with the Franciscus Gijsbrecht who was active in 1674 in Leiden. The last known record of the artist is that he became m......

Luca Longhi

Luca Longhi (1507 - 1580) -

Luca Longhi (14 January 1507 – August 12, 1580) was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance or Mannerist period, active in and near Ravenna, where he mainly produced religious paintings and portraits. It is unclear who his master was. Among his portraits, he painted a portrait of Giovanni Guidiccione, bishop of Fossombrone of Giulio dalla Rovere......

Karel Van Der Pluym

Karel Van Der Pluym (1625 - 1672) - Netherlands (Leiden)

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri)

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) (1581 - 1641) - Italy (Bologna)

巴洛克, 巴洛克

Boel Pieter (Boule)

Boel Pieter (Boule) (1622 - 1680) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Jacob Van Der (Giacomo Da Castello) Kerckhoven

Jacob Van Der (Giacomo Da Castello) Kerckhoven (1637 - 1712) - Belgium (Anversa)

Andreas Cellarius

Andreas Cellarius (1596 - 1665) - Germany (Neuhausen)

Cornelis De Heem

Cornelis De Heem (1631 - 1695) - Netherlands (Leiden)

Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraten

Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraten (1622 - 1666) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Prospero Fontana

Prospero Fontana (1512 - 1597) - Italy (Bologna)

Frans Luyckx

Frans Luyckx (1604 - 1668) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Hans I Rottenhammer (Johann Rottenhammer)

Hans I Rottenhammer (Johann Rottenhammer) (1564 - 1625) - Germany (Munich)

Jacob Van Meurs

Jacob Van Meurs (1619 - 1680) - Netherlands (Arnhem)

Brother Lesueur (Eustache Le Sueur)

Brother Lesueur (Eustache Le Sueur) (1616 - 1655) - France (Paris)

Anthonie Waterloo

Anthonie Waterloo (1609 - 1690) - France (Lille)

Bartholomaeus Spranger

Bartholomaeus Spranger (1546 - 1611) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Jan Victors (Jan Fictor)

Jan Victors (Jan Fictor) (1619 - 1679) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Nicolò Roccatagliata

Nicolò Roccatagliata (1593 - 1636) - Italy (Genoa)

Roelandt Roghman

Roelandt Roghman (1627 - 1692) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Jacob Woutersz Vosmaer

Jacob Woutersz Vosmaer (1584 - 1641) - Netherlands (Delft)

Antonio Susini (Giovanni Francesco Susini)

Antonio Susini (Giovanni Francesco Susini) (1585 - 1653) - Italy (Florence)

Cornelis Verbeeck

Cornelis Verbeeck (1590 - 1637) -

Cornelis Verbeeck (1590–1637), also known as Cornelis Verbeecq, was a Dutch Golden Age painter from Haarlem. He is first mentioned along with Hans Goderis in the book Harlemias by Theodorus Schrevelius as choosing marine painting. Verbeeck painted primarily marine and seascape works. He was directly influenced by Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom. Verbeeck ......

Pedro Mena Y Medrano (Pedro De Mena)

Pedro Mena Y Medrano (Pedro De Mena) (1628 - 1688) - Spain (Granada)

Lodewijk Toeput (Il Pozzoserrato)

Lodewijk Toeput (Il Pozzoserrato) (1550 - 1605) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Hans Tirol

Hans Tirol (1505 - 1575) - Germany (Augsburg)

Peter Candid (Peter De Witte)

Peter Candid (Peter De Witte) (1548 - 1628) - Belgium (Bruges)

Isaack Van Ruisdael

Isaack Van Ruisdael (1599 - 1677) - Netherlands (Naarden)

Pieter The Younger Claeissens

Pieter The Younger Claeissens (1540 - 1623) - Belgium (Brugge)

Vigor Boucquet (Victor Bouquet)

Vigor Boucquet (Victor Bouquet) (1619 - 1677) - Belgium (Veurne)

Livio Mehus (May Hews Nor)

Livio Mehus (May Hews Nor) (1630 - 1691) - Belgium (Oudenaarde)

Rodrigo De Villandandro

Rodrigo De Villandandro (1588 - 1623) - Spain

Francesco Del Cairo

Francesco Del Cairo (1607 - 1665) -

Nicolaes Van Galen

Nicolaes Van Galen (1620 - 1683) -