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Description

Ancient 17th century Dutch school painting
Dirck Van Delen's atelier
"Figures inside a Tuscan palace"
 (C. 1605, Heusden - 16 May 1671, Arnemuiden)
 
SIGNATURE TRACK LOWER LEFT
Published on: "Wonderful seventeenth century" Palazzo Lomellini Carmagnola, edited by Elio Rabbione, pages. 40-41
Provenance: private collection
 
Dirck van Delen or Dirck Christiaensz van Delen (around 1605, Heusden - 16 May 1671, Arnemuiden) was a Dutch painter specializing exclusively in architectural paintings, mainly depicting palace perspectives and church interiors.
Van Delen was born in Heusden. It is not clear who did the apprentice with. Art historians have proposed both Frans Hals and Hendrick Aerts (who also specialized in architectural paintings) as his alleged masters. More plausible are the studies conducted by Pieter van Bronckhorst and / or Bartholomeus van Bassen in Delft. Hendrick Aerts' influence could have reached Van Delen in this way. An apprenticeship in Delft would also explain why Anthonie Palamedesz was able to provide the figures in van Delen's works as evidenced by co-signed examples.
Shortly after his birth his parents moved to Breda. He married Middelburg in 1625. In 1626 he moved to Zeeland and became the owner of the Arnemuiden toll booth. From that year until his death he was registered in Arnemuiden where he sat on the city council, most of the time as a burgomaster. He was a member of the Guild of San Luca di Middelburg from 1639-1665. In 1666 he donated a painting to the Chamber of Rhetoric in Antwerp, which he had created in collaboration with the painter Theodoor Boeyermans. Two years later he became a member of Olympftack.
 His relative fame is evidenced by the fact that in the early 1630s van Delen received a commission to paint five large canvases (four of which were about 3.1 meters high) which were installed in a house in The Hague that belonged to the van of Count Floris II Pallandt van Culemborg.
 Her pupils included Daniël de Blieck and Hans Jurriaensz. van Baden.
 He was a widower three times and had at least one son, but none of his children survived him.
Cod. D 041
Dimensions 65 X 85 cm

Information

Codice lotto: cod, D 041
Materiale: olio su tela
Misure: 65 X 85
Condizioni: ottime
Autore: Dirck Van Delen
Provenienza: Italia
Prezzo: 4200

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