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Willem Eversdijck Allegory on the flourishing of the Dutch fishery after the Second Anglo-Dutch War oil painting


Allegory on the flourishing of the Dutch fishery after the Second Anglo-Dutch War
Painting ID::  92427
Willem Eversdijck
Allegory on the flourishing of the Dutch fishery after the Second Anglo-Dutch War
between 1667(1667) and 1671(1671) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 114 X 162 cm (44.9 X 63.8 in) cjr

   
   
     

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     Willem Eversdijck
     the son of Cornelis Eversdijck, flourished at Goes about the year 1660. He was a portrait painter, and several of his portraits were engraved by Houbraken. A picture of Officers and Members of the Company of Archers, called " Edele Voetboog," at Goes, by him, is in the Rotterdam Museum. Cornelis Willemsz Eversdijck, his father, was also a portrait painter of Goes, who died there in 1649. In the Rotterdam Museum are three pictures by him, representing Officers and Members of the Company of Archers, called "Edele Voetboog," at Goes; two of which are dated 1616 and 1624.

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