Adriaen Boudewyns I
(1644 - 1711 or 19)
Adriaen Frans Boudewyns I was active/lived in Belgium, Flemish. Adriaen Boudewyns I is known for Landscape painting, drawing.
Biography Adriaen Boudewyns I
Adraen Frans Boudewijins was a Flemish painter, draughtsman and
engraver, the son of Nicolas Boudewijns and Françoise Jonquin. On 5
October 1664 he married Louise de Ceul, and on 22 November 1665 he
became a master in the Brussels Guild of St. Luke, after having been
registered as a pupil of Ignatius van der Stock (fl 1660) in the same
year. By 1669 he had fled to Paris, where he met fellow Flemings,
Pieter Boel, Abraham Genoels, Adam Frans van der Meulen and Jan van
Hughtenburgh (1647-1733), and where he was mainly active as an engraver.
He engraved van der Meulen's Battles of Louis XIV and numerous works by
Genoels, van Hughtenburgh and by himself. These prints combine bold
execution with careful attention to det
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