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Georges Jansoone The Gravensteen in Ghent oil painting


The Gravensteen in Ghent
Painting ID::  75619
Georges Jansoone
The Gravensteen in Ghent
English: "The Gravensteen in Ghent", oil painting on canvas (73 x 116 cm) by Gustave Dierkens (1878-1940); private collection cyf

   
   
     

Georges Jansoone Still life with flowers oil painting


Still life with flowers
Painting ID::  75624
Georges Jansoone
Still life with flowers
Still life with flowers", oil painting on canvas (70 x 60 cm) by Julien 't Felt (1874-1933); private collection cyf

   
   
     

Georges Jansoone Interior with sleeping cat oil painting


Interior with sleeping cat
Painting ID::  75625
Georges Jansoone
Interior with sleeping cat
Interior with sleeping cat" , oil painting on canvas by Leopold Haeck private collection cyf

   
   
     

Georges Jansoone Plowing oil painting


Plowing
Painting ID::  75626
Georges Jansoone
Plowing
English: "Plowing", oil painting by Jan Leopold van Leemputten ; private collection cyf

   
   
     

Georges Jansoone Still life with apples oil painting


Still life with apples
Painting ID::  75640
Georges Jansoone
Still life with apples
"Still life with apples" (1893), oil painting on wood (32 x 45 cm) by Pierre Bourgogne (1838-1904); French School; private collection cyf

   
   
     

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     George Jamesone (or Jameson) (c. 1587-1644) was Scotland's first eminent portrait-painter. He was born in Aberdeen, where his father, Andrew Jamesone, was a stonemason. Jamesone attended the grammar school near his home on Schoolhill and is thought to have gone on to further education at Marischal College. Legend has it that Jamesone once studied under Rubens in Antwerp with Anthony van Dyck. However, this is yet to be proven as his name does not appear to be noted in the Guild registers of the town. However, considering that Rubens was exempt from registering pupils; this does not mean that the painter definitely did not study there. Jamesone certainly did complete an apprenticeship under the supervision of his uncle, John Anderson, who was a popular decorative painter in Edinburgh at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Jamesone finished this training in 1618. He is not recorded as being in Aberdeen again until 1620. If the Scotsman had gone to Antwerp, it would have had to have been between the years of 1618 to 1620.

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