(c. 1625 - 1684)
Jan Wynants was active/lived in Netherlands, Italy. Jan Wynants is known for painting.
Biography Jan Wynants
was a Dutch artist whose father was probably the art dealer Jan
Wijnants, who was recorded as a member of the Haarlem Guild of St Luke
in 1642. Jan the younger is documented in Haarlem several times until
his departure for Amsterdam around 1660. A document pertaining to his
father implies, however, that in 1653 Wijnants the younger was in
Rotterdam, where the painters Ludolf de Jongh and Adam Pynacker were
active. Perhaps the most important early influence on Wijnants was de
Jongh's brother-in-law, Dirck Wijntrack (before 1625-78), noted for his
paintings of wildfowl. There is much evidence to suggest that the two
artists often worked togeth
... Displaying 750 of 5886 characters.
also viewed by people who viewed Jan Wynants