Adam Willaerts
(July 21, 1577, London - April 4, 1664, Utrecht ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. Willaerts (occasionally Willarts, Willers) was born in London to Flemish parents who had fled from Antwerp for religious reasons. By 1585 the family lived in Leiden. From 1597 until his death, Adam lived in Utrecht, where he became a member of the Guild of St. Luke in 1611, and subsequently rose to dean in 1620. His sons Cornelis, Abraham, and Isaac followed in his footsteps. He was known as a painter of river and canal pieces, coastal landscapes, fish-markets, processions, and genre scenes. He also painted villages and marine battle scenes.

 

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Adam Willaerts Shipwreck Off a Rocky Coast. oil painting   

Painting ID::  65904
Adam Willaerts
Shipwreck Off a Rocky Coast.
1614 Oil on panel 64.5 x 85.2 cm (25.39 x 33.54 in)

   
   
     

 

 

Adam Willaerts The painting Coastal Landscape with Ships by the Dutch painter Adam Willaerts oil painting   

Painting ID::  81384
Adam Willaerts
The painting Coastal Landscape with Ships by the Dutch painter Adam Willaerts
The painting Coastal Landscape with Ships by the Dutch painter Adam Willaerts (1577-1664). Oil on canvas, Collection of the Prince of Lichtenstein, Vaduz, year 1616. cjr

   
   
     

 

 

Adam Willaerts The painting Stormy Sea oil painting   

Painting ID::  83377
Adam Willaerts
The painting Stormy Sea
Oil on panel, 85 x 114 cm, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, year 1626. Date 1626(1626) cyf

   
   
     

 

 

Adam Willaerts Elector Palantine oil painting   

Painting ID::  84415
Adam Willaerts
Elector Palantine
Date before 1664 cyf

   
   
     

 

 

Adam Willaerts The painting Coastal Landscape with Ships oil painting   

Painting ID::  85413
Adam Willaerts
The painting Coastal Landscape with Ships
Oil on canvas, Collection of the Prince of Lichtenstein, Vaduz, year 1616. Date 1616(1616) cyf

   
   
     

 

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Adam Willaerts
(July 21, 1577, London - April 4, 1664, Utrecht ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. Willaerts (occasionally Willarts, Willers) was born in London to Flemish parents who had fled from Antwerp for religious reasons. By 1585 the family lived in Leiden. From 1597 until his death, Adam lived in Utrecht, where he became a member of the Guild of St. Luke in 1611, and subsequently rose to dean in 1620. His sons Cornelis, Abraham, and Isaac followed in his footsteps. He was known as a painter of river and canal pieces, coastal landscapes, fish-markets, processions, and genre scenes. He also painted villages and marine battle scenes.