Anthonis van Dyck
Sir Anthonis van Dyck (* 22. March 1599 in Antwerp - † 9. December 1641 in London) was a flämischer painter (in particular haven advice) and commercial artist of the flämischen baroque and master pupil of Peter PaulRubens.
As a seventh child rich of a textile buyer born, he was considered as particularly talented in drawing. Thus at the age of ten years of the painters Hendrick van Balen (1575-1632) already accepted it as a pupil. Van Balen worked as a creator of elegant kleinformatiger mythologischer scenes for collecting tank thatAntwerpener middle class. The well-known early works van Dyck show - even if only in details - the clear influence of the instructor. Already with 19 years van Dyck worked as independent and recognized masters, what many of its contemporaries of itself could not maintain.
Soon it turned out inthe surrounding field of Rubens. With work for its Studio the outstanding art connoisseur of England, who Earl von Arundel know and estimated, learned it. On Veranlassung Arundels traveled Anthonis for the first time 1620 to England. After only one year it stepped into the services James I., over at the same timeto paint some orders for the outstanding men of the yard. It used the opportunity to study the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance in their collections which had already interested it in Antwerp.
Anthonis van Dyck moved 1632 to London, where he as a yard painter and outstanding haven guessingist for Karl I.worked. In the same year the king raised it into thatNobility.
Its Büste was set up to it in honours in the Walhalla.
- 1618 “the Martyrium of the holy Sebastian”
- 1626 “Susanna in the bath”
- 1638 “Karl I. on the hunt "
- “Inigo Jones haven-guesses/advises “
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|NAME||Dyck, Anthonis van|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||flämischer painter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||22. March 1599|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Antwerp|
|DYING DATE||9. December 1641|