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Linking cultural industries in the early modern Low Countries, ca. 1475 - ca. 1725

Pieter Bodart

Gender:male
Born:Utrecht circa
Died:Utrecht buried on
Father:Michiel Bodart (? - 1703)
Mother:Ida van Rucphen, alias: Rucveen (? - 1701)

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Attributes

Category Attribute Value Date startDate end
Religion DenominationRoman Catholic0000-00-00 0000-00-00
Subject of painting Portretportretten0000-00-00 0000-00-00

Relations

Relation Modifier Date startDate end
Artistic
worked under commission for Richard ter Brugghen
Business
has business relation with Nicolas Chevalier
has business relation with Henricus Spoor

References

External biographical records

Primary sources

  1. Het Utrechts Archief, Utrecht: DTB-registers Utrecht (toegangsnummer 711), 86: 347 & 129: 161.
  2. Het Utrechts Archief, Utrecht: Notarissen in de stad Utrecht (toegangsnummer 34-4), U093a047: 57 (8-12-1704), U093a050: 21 (04-03-1706), U122a003: 204 (25-04-1711), U142a002: 102 (15-11-1713), U142a002: 104 (6-12-1713) & U162a001: 25 (11-6-1715).
  3. Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Amsterdam: DTB-registers (toegangsnummer 5001), 704: 82.

Secondary sources

  1. Citroen, Karel, Dutch goldsmiths' and silversmiths' marks and names prior to 1812: a descriptive and critical repertory, Leiden: Primavera Pers (1993).
  2. Groenendijk, Pieter, Beknopt biografisch lexicon van Zuid- en Noord-Nederlandse schilders, graveurs, glasschilders, tapijtwevers et cetera van ca. 1350 tot ca. 1720, Leiden: Primavera (2008).
  3. Meißner, Günter, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon: die bildenden Künstler aller Zeiten und Völker, Teil 12, München-Leipzig: Saur (1996).
  4. Molhuysen, P.C., Blok, P.J., Knappert, L. & Kossmann, F.K.H. (eds.) Nieuw Nederlandsch biografisch woordenboek (10 vols.), Leiden: A.W. Sijthoff (1911-1937), volume 2: 186-187.
  5. Thieme, Ulrich & Becker, Felix, Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart, Band 4, Leipzig: Engelmann (1910).

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