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Portrait bust to the right of Adriaen Pietersz. van de Venne (ca.1587/1589 - 1662). In the background a cityscape. Van de Venne was a Dutch painter, grisaille painter, miniature painter, engraver, draftsman, poet and publisher belonging to the Dutch School. He was a student of Jeronymus van Diest and Simon de Valck. From 1608 to 1625 he lived in Middelburg, where he married in 1614. In 1625 he returned to The Hague, where he was admitted to the Hague Guild of Saint Luke that year. In 1656 Van de Venne was one of the founders of the painters' association Pictura. Etching and engraving by Wenzel Hollar (1607-1677), after the painting by A. van Veen. Published in Antwerp by Joannes Meyssens, around 1650. Signed in print. The print is part of the nine-part series "Image de divers hommes desprit sublime". Source: Rijksmuseum, 2015.
This text has been translated automatically from Dutch