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QUELLINUS Jan-Erasmus (b. 1634, Antwerpen, d. 1715, Mechelen) Nationality : Flemish

Flemish painter and draughtsman, part of a family of artists, son of Erasmus Quellinus II. Sandrart records that he visited Italy before becoming a master. His stay in Venice (1660-61) is particularly well documented by a drawing in the style of Veronese, representing a Madonna with Saints and also by his copies after that master and other Venetian painters, mentioned in his father's bequest (1679). In Rome he joined the Schildersbent, the confraternity of Northern painters in the city, and was given the nickname of Cederboom [cedar tree]. He became a Master in the Antwerp Guild of St Luke in 1660-61 and in 1662 married Cornelia Teniers, daughter of the painter David Teniers the Younger.

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