Joos de Momper II & Jan Breughel II
(early 17th Century)
Joos de Momper II & Jan Breughel II was active/lived in Flemish. Joos de Momper II Jan Breughel II is known for collaborative painting.
Biography Joos de Momper II & Jan Breughel II
Joos de Momper had long and fruitful
relationships with both Jan Breughel I and Jan Breughel II throughout
his career, contributing landscapes to paintings for which they added
the staffage. Prior to his sudden death in 1625, Jan Brueghel I had
executed some eighty paintings with de Momper, more than he had with all
his other collaborators combined. At twenty-four years old, Jan
Breughel II took over his father's thriving studio and continued to work
with de Momper, painting in a style heavily influenced by his father.
Collaboration to such a great extent was unique to Flemish art of this
period, and proved a lucrative model for many artists. In fact, as
discussed by Elizabeth Honig in her 1998 st
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