(c. 1644 - 1701)
David Coninck was active/lived in Netherlands. David Coninck is known for animal, still life, park landscape and exotic creature painting.
Biography David Coninck
David de Coninck or David de Koninck (ca. 1644 Antwerp - after 1701, probably Brussels), also known as Rammelaer was a Flemish painter of the Baroque period who specialised in still lifes and landscapes with animals and hunting scenes.
He was apprenticed to Pieter Boel in 1659 and became a master in the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke in 1663. He stayed together with Nicasius Bernaerts for several years in Paris, probably until 1669. Then he lived in Rome from 1671 to 1694. Here he became a member of the Bentvueghels, an association of mainly Dutch and Flemish artists working in Rome, and took the nickname (the so-called 'bent name') 'Rammelaer' (which means 'rattle').
On his return to the north he stayed for a time in Vienna. He
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