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KNUPFER Nicolaus (b. ca. 1603, Leipzig, d. 1655, Utrecht) Nationality : Dutch

Dutch painter of German origin. Almost everything known of his life is based on an inscription on a single engraved portrait dated 1642. After initial training in Leipzig and elsewhere, in 1630 Knupfer moved to Utrecht, where he studied with Mannerist painter Abraham Bloemaert. Aside from a possible trip to The Hague in the late 1640s, Knupfer remained in Utrecht. In 1637 he joined the Guild of Saint Luke, married, and received an important royal commission for three battle scenes, now lost. He painted a few genre scenes and portraits but concentrated primarily on small-scale history paintings.

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