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VADDER, Lodewijk de Landscape before the Rain wt oil painting


Landscape before the Rain wt
Painting ID::  9413
VADDER, Lodewijk de
Landscape before the Rain wt
Oil on oak, 32 x 45,7 cm National Gallery, Prague

   
   
     

VADDER, Lodewijk de The Soignes Forest wet oil painting


The Soignes Forest wet
Painting ID::  9414
VADDER, Lodewijk de
The Soignes Forest wet
Oil on canvas, 175 x 230 cm Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent

   
   
     

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     VADDER, Lodewijk de
     Flemish painter (b. 1605, Bruxelles, d. 1655, Bruxelles) Flemish painter, draughtsman, engraver and tapestry designer. He was received as a master in the Brussels Guild of St Luke on 15 May 1628, probably, like his brother Hubert de Vadder, after an apprenticeship to his elder brother, Philippe de Vadder (Coeckelberghs). Lodewijk is best known as a landscape painter, although he also executed landscape engravings and drawings. He was granted a privilege to make tapestry cartoons by the Brussels city magistrate in 1644. In this capacity he worked mainly for weavers such as Jean Courdijn and Baudouin van Beveren. The latter referred to him as the best landscape painter in the country

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