Jacob TOORNVLIET - 1635 - 1719
Saint Sebastian
Dutch School

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Red chalk
On beige paper
Signed and dated 1704
No. 22 from his sketchbook

20.2 x 31.4 cm

Signed and dated :



Euro :

1704

No. 22 from his sketchbook

1200,-


Jacob Toornvliet was a painter and draughtsman in the Leyden tradition and the pupil of his father, Abraham. He traveled to Rome in 1670 and became a member of the "Bent" (an association of Dutch painters studying and working in Rome). He spent a few years in Venice, married, and by 1678 was active in Vienna. In 1686 he was accepted into the Artists Guild of Leyden and became its head in 1703, a position he maintained until his death, sixteen years later.

Examples of his work are to be found in the Rijksmuseum, the Louvre, and the Albertina and other important European museums.

 

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