See also:born at Brussels . After seven years in the studio of an obscure painter named Volders, he spent four years in the
See also:household of the duke of Holstein . The next eleven years
See also:Janssens passed in Rome, where he took eager
See also:advantage of all the
See also:aids to
See also:artistic study, and formed an intimacy with Tempesta, in whose landscapes he frequently inserted figures . Rising into popularity, he painted a large number of
See also:historical scenes; but, on his return to Brussels, the claims of his increasing
See also:family restricted him almost entirely to the larger and more lucrative
See also:size of picture, of which very many of the churches and palaces of the
See also:Netherlands contain examples . In 1718 Janssens was invited to Vienna, where he stayed three years, and was made painter to the emperor . The statement that he visited England is based only upon the fact that certain fashionable interiors of the
See also:time in that
See also:country have been attributed to him .
See also:Janssen's colouring was
See also:good, his
See also:touch delicate and his taste refined .
JANSSENS (or JANSENS) VAN NUYSSEN, ABRAHAM (1567–...
JANUARIUS, ST, or SAN GENNARO
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