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THULDEN Theodor van (b. 1606, 's Hertogenbosch, d. 1669, 's Hertogenbosch) Nationality : Flemish

Flemish painter, engraver and designer of tapestries, a pupil and collaborator of Rubens. He trained under an Antwerp portrait painter. By 1626 he became a master in Antwerp's painters' guild and later served as its dean. A visit to France from 1631 to 1633 introduced the Mannerism that deeply affected Van Thulden's early works. At Fontainebleau he copied Primaticcio's and Nicolo dell'Abate's decorations. Back in Antwerp, his manner increasingly reflected Rubens's Baroque influence. In 1635 he executed Rubens's designs for city decorations celebrating the triumphal entry of Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Spain.

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