Jacob Willemsz The First (I) De Wet
(1610 - 1675)
Jacob Willemsz, The First (I) De Wet was active/lived in Netherlands, Holland. Jacob De Wet is known for religion, mythology and allegorical paintings, drawing.
Biography Jacob Willemsz, The First (I) De Wet
Willemsz de Wet I was a Dutch painter and draughtsman. It seems
unlikely that he is the same as the Jacobus de Wit who was a member of
the Alkmaar Guild of St Luke in 1637 or as the Jan de Wet (b Hamburg, c.
1617) who was a pupil of Rembrandt. Sumowski has disentangled his work
from that of Gerrit de Wet (d 1674), Daniel Thievaert (1613-57) and of
his own son, Jacob de Wet the younger (b Haarlem, c. 1640; d Amsterdam,
11 Nov 1697).
De Wet's works are predominantly of biblical and
mythological subjects, and
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