See also:born at
See also:Dort, on the 25th of
See also:December 1698 . All that his
See also:Houbraken (1660–1719), bequeathed to him was a
See also:fine constitution and a pure love for
See also:work . In 1707 he came to reside at Amsterdam, where for years he had to struggle incessantly against difficulties . He commenced the
See also:art of
See also:engraving by studying the
See also:works of Cornelis
See also:Cort, Suyderhoef,
See also:Edelinck and the Visschers . He devoted himself almost entirely to
See also:portraiture . Among his best works are scenes from the
See also:comedy of De Ontdekte Schijndeugd, executed in his eightieth
See also:year, after Cornelis Troost, who was called by his countrymen the Dutch
See also:Hogarth . He died on the 14th of
See also:November 1780 . See A . Ver
See also:Hull, Jacobus Houbraken et son oeuvre (
See also:Arnhem, 1875), where 120 engraved works are fully described .
JOHANN HEINRICH HOTTINGER (162o–1667)
HOUDENC (or HOUDAN), RAOUL DE
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