ANTHONISZ Cornelis
b. ca. 1499, Amsterdam, d. ca. 1555, Amsterdam Dutch printmaker, painter and cartographer, maternal grandson of JACOB CORNELISZ. VAN OOSTSANEN. He was the dominant figure in the creation of north Netherlandish woodcuts from the mid-1530s until his death. His monogram, which combines the initials 'C' and 'T' with the staff and bell of St Anthony, was probably inspired by his father's first name. The greater part of his career was apparently spent in his native Amsterdam, where he probably trained with his grandfather.

 

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ANTHONISZ  Cornelis Banquet of Members of Amsterda  s Crossbow Civic Guard oil painting   

Painting ID::  4817
ANTHONISZ Cornelis
Banquet of Members of Amsterda s Crossbow Civic Guard
1533 Oil on panel, 130 x 206,5 cm Historisch Museum, Amsterdam (on loan)

   
   
     

 

 

ANTHONISZ  Cornelis Banquet of Members of Amsterdam's Crossbow Civic Guard oil painting   

Painting ID::  44234
ANTHONISZ Cornelis
Banquet of Members of Amsterdam's Crossbow Civic Guard
1533 Oil on panel, 130 x 206,5 cm

   
   
     

 

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ANTHONISZ Cornelis
b. ca. 1499, Amsterdam, d. ca. 1555, Amsterdam Dutch printmaker, painter and cartographer, maternal grandson of JACOB CORNELISZ. VAN OOSTSANEN. He was the dominant figure in the creation of north Netherlandish woodcuts from the mid-1530s until his death. His monogram, which combines the initials 'C' and 'T' with the staff and bell of St Anthony, was probably inspired by his father's first name. The greater part of his career was apparently spent in his native Amsterdam, where he probably trained with his grandfather.