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COECKE VAN AELST Pieter (b. 1502, Aelst, d. 1556, Bruxelles) Nationality : Flemish

Netherlandish painter, architect, sculptor, designer of tapestries and stained glass, writer, and publisher. A pupil of Bernard van Orley, he entered the Antwerp Guild in 1527. Some time before then he had been to Rome and in 1533 he visited Constantinople. His mission to gain business there for the Brussels tapestry works was unsuccessful, but the drawings he made on his journey were later published by his widow Mayken Verhulst as woodcut illustrations in Les Moeurs et Fachons de Faire des Turz (The Manners and Customs of the Turks, 1553).

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  • Christ and His Disciples on Their Way to Emmaus

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  • Holy Trinity

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