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1619-1676 . Dutch painter. He was half-brother to the bird painter Jacobus Victors (1640-1705) and the noted Delft potter Victor Victors (b 1638). About 150 oil paintings by Jan Victors, comprising portraits, genre scenes and historical subjects on both canvas and panel, have been catalogued. No signed or securely attributable drawing by him is known. Although his training is undocumented, Victors has long been considered a member of the school of Rembrandt in Amsterdam. His paintings of 1640-70 show many formal and thematic interrelationships with Rembrandt and his documented pupils of the 1630s

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VICTORS, Jan The Banquet of Esther and Ahasuerus esrt oil painting artist


VICTORS, Jan The Banquet of Esther and Ahasuerus esrt oil painting artist

The Banquet of Esther and Ahasuerus esrt
Painting ID::  9635
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1640s Oil on canvas, 170 x 230 cm Staatliche Museen, Kassel

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VICTORS, Jan Esther and Haman before Ahasuerus er oil painting artist


VICTORS, Jan Esther and Haman before Ahasuerus er oil painting artist

Esther and Haman before Ahasuerus er
Painting ID::  9636
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1638-40 Oil on canvas, 128 x 169,5 cm Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne

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VICTORS, Jan Hannah Giving Her Son Samuel to the Priest ar oil painting artist


VICTORS, Jan Hannah Giving Her Son Samuel to the Priest ar oil painting artist

Hannah Giving Her Son Samuel to the Priest ar
Painting ID::  9637
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1645 Oil on canvas, 135 x 133 cm Staatliche Museen, Berlin

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VICTORS, Jan Market Scene with a Quack at his Stall er oil painting artist


VICTORS, Jan Market Scene with a Quack at his Stall er oil painting artist

Market Scene with a Quack at his Stall er
Painting ID::  9638
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c. 1650 Oil on canvas, 79 x 99 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

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