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Hendrik Herregouts (1633-1704) "Alchemist", oil on copper, 2nd half of the 17th century 5500 EUR
Hendrik Herregouts (1633-1704) "Alchemist", oil on copper, 2nd half of the 17th century
A rarity at the modern antique market, it is a work of well-known Flemish artist of the 2nd half of the 17th century, Hendrik Herregouts.
Hendrik Herregouts (he occasionally signed his works "H. Herdebout) was born in 1633 in Mecheln and died in Antwerp in 1704. He was the son and pupil of Mecheln artist David Herregouts. After completing his studies, he traveled to Italy and Germany; around 1660, he lived in Cologne and married there Anna Dorothea Cremers. In the mid-1660s, one finds him in Antwerp; there, in 1664/65, he became a member of Guild of St. Luc. In 1666, he returned to native Mecheln and was also granted a membership at the local Guild of St. Luc. He again traveled to Italy and Germany and, in 1679 settled to Antwerp, where he then married his second wife Catharina Godyn. Because of his lengthy and numerous Italian sojourns, Herregouts received the nickname "Romein".
Our additional images show a few other known works of this artist.
Condition: good for its age
Creation Year: 2nd half of 17th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:47,0x59,7cm/18,5x23,5in FRAMED: 61,2x73,5cm/24,1x28,9in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Old Master paintings
Technique: oil on copper
Creator: Hendrik Herregouts
Creator Dates: 1633 Mecheln-1704 Antwerp
Nationality: Flemish / Belgian
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