Jan (The Younger) Brueghel
(1601 - 1678)
Jan (The Younger) Brueghel was active/lived in Flemish, Belgium, France. Jan Brueghel is known for landscape, figure in landscape, allegory and mythology painting.
Biography Jan (The Younger) Brueghel
Brueghel II was the son of the artist Jan Brueghel I. He probably
trained in the studio of his father and then went to Milan to meet his
father's patron, Cardinal Federico Borromeo. In the spring of 1624 Jan
the younger travelled to Palermo, Sicily, with his childhood friend
Anthony van Dyck. After the sudden death of his father in a cholera
epidemic in Antwerp, Jan returned to the Netherlands, and by early
August 1625 he was back in Antwerp, where he took over his father's
studio. He sold the pictures left by his father and successfully
completed half-finished works. In 1625 Jan II joined the Antwerp Guild
of St. Luke, and in 1626 he married Anna Ma
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