See also:born in
See also:London, and baptized on the 14th of
See also:October 1593 . There seems no reason to suppose, as was formerly stated, that he was born at Amsterdam . He worked in England from 1618 to 1643, and afterwards retired to
See also:Holland, working at
See also:Middelburg, Amsterdam, The
See also:Hague and Utrecht, and dying at one of the last two places about 1664 . In England he was patronized by
See also:James I. and the
See also:court, and under
See also:Charles I. he continued to paint the numerous portraits which adorn many
See also:English mansions and collections .
See also:Janssen's pictures, chiefly portraits, are distinguished by clear colouring, delicate
See also:good taste and careful finish . He generally painted upon
See also:panel, and often worked on a small scale, sometimes producing replicas of his larger
See also:works . A characteristic of his
See also:style is the very dark background, which throws the carnations of his portraits into rounded
See also:relief . In all probability his earliest portrait (16,8) was that of
See also:John Milton as a boy of ten .
PIERRE JULES CESAR JANSSEN (1824–1907)
JANSSENS (or JANSENS) VAN NUYSSEN, ABRAHAM (1567–...
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