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COUWENBERGH Christiaen van (b. 1604, Delft, d. 1667, Cologne) Nationality : Dutch

Dutch artist, Delft's leading history and genre painter of the 1630s and 1640s. He was the son of a silversmith from Mechelen. The painter's mother was the sister of the flower painter Jacob Vosmaer. Van Couwenbergh studied with the well-to-do Van Miereveld disciple Jan Dircksz van Nes and then probably spent some time in Utrecht between 1624 and 1626. Genre paintings inspired by Gerard van Honthorst and other Utrecht painters date from 1626 onward, but Van Couwenbergh did not join the Delft guild until 1627. In 1630 he married Elisabeth van der Dussen, whose father was a prominent brewer and East India Company officer.

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  • Nymph and Satyr

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  • The Capture of Samson

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  • Three Young White Men and a Black Woman

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  • Venus and Adonis

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  • Woman with a Basket of Fruit

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