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Lived/Active: Flemish      Known for: collaborative painting

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Village Scene at the Well
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Biography from Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center:
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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 study Painting and the market in early modern Antwerp, pictures produced by the hands of two masters were often considered more valuable than works by a single artist.

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