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Balen, Hendrick van
Antwerp, 1575 - 1632
Balen, Hendrick van
Antwerp, 1575 - 1632

He received his training from Adam van Noort and Martin de Vos. In 1592–1593, he entered the Guild of Saint Luke as a master in the city of Antwerp. Shortly afterwards, he travelled to Italy where he remained until 1600–1602, visiting Rome and Venice. There is no record of his works from his time in Italy, although his early paintings reveal a great similarity to the works of Annibale Carracci and

Brueghel the Elder, Jan (Jan 'Velvet' Brueghel)
Brussels (Belgium), 1568 - Antwerp (Belgium), 1625
Brueghel the Elder, Jan (Jan 'Velvet' Brueghel)
Brussels (Belgium), 1568 - Antwerp (Belgium), 1625

Born to a family of extraordinary artists, he was the son of Pieter Brueghel the Elder and grandson of Pieter Coecke and Mayken Verhulst Bessermers. Tradition has it that she was his first teacher, as his father died when he was a child. According to writer Karel van Mander his principal teacher was Pieter Goetkind. While he was somewhat influenced by the work of his brilliant father, he always fo

Snyders, Frans
Antwerp, 1579 - Antwerp, 1657
Snyders, Frans
Antwerp, 1579 - Antwerp, 1657

Snyders is one of the 17th-century Flemish painters of highest repute, both for his still lifes and for his hunting scenes, and was very well known and appreciated, particularly in Spain. Considering that one of the major specialities of the Flemish schools is animal paintings, its artists were truly geniuses at inventing the most varied hunting scenes and compositions in which beasts played a pre

Stalbent, Adriaen van
Antwerp, 1580 - Antwerp, 1662
Stalbent, Adriaen van
Antwerp, 1580 - Antwerp, 1662

This Flemish painter specialised in cabinet painting in a wide range of themes, from landscape to depictions of art galleries. Born into a Protestant family, he emigrated to Middelburg in his youth. Later, he returned to Antwerp where he became the master of the Guild of Saint Luke in 1609–1610. Additionally, he actively participated in the intellectual life of the city through his membership of t

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