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HEUSCH Jacob de (b. 1657, Utrecht, d. 1701, Amsterdam) Nationality : Dutch

Dutch painter. He received painting lessons from his uncle Willem de Heusch, one of the Italianate painters. In January 1675 he is mentioned for the first time as a member of the Schildersbent, an association formed by Netherlandish artists in Rome. Though it is not known how long lie remained in the Eternal City, we may assume it was quite a while, because he is still mentioned in Venice in 1696 - working for Secretary Lucatelli - and because the Italian motifs in his work all come from Rome and its surroundings. By 1699 the artist had returned to Utrecht, where he died two years later.

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