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Michiel Janszoon van Miereveld "Portrait of a nobleman", important oil on copper miniature!!, 1620/30
Price: 3900 EUR
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Michiel Janszoon van Miereveld (1567 Delft - 1641 ibidem) was son of a goldsmith and father of two other Dutch painters Jan and Peter Miereveld. In the early 1580's he was a pupil of A.v. Blocklandts in Utrecht, having studied later under Willem Willemsz. From 1583 he became active in Delft. Though being known to be a very skillfull portrait painter, he also painted historical and kitchen scenes. As a royal painter he portrayed specially often King Wilhelm I and the Princes Friedrich Heinrich and Moritz. Many important people from Delft and the Hague were among his sitters.
Provenance: private collection in Saint-Omer, department Pas-de-Calais, France
Condition: good; in original hand-carved and metal-gilt Baroque frame made of wood
Creation Year: 1620/30
Measurements:UNFRAMED:5,8x4,8cm/2,3x1,9in FRAMED: 17,0x10,0cm/6,7x3,9in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: oil on copper
Creator: Michiel Janszoon van Miereveld
Creator Dates: 1567 Delft-1641 Delft
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