See also:miniature painter, was probably
See also:born in
See also:London, as in 1571 a certain
See also:Olivier of
See also:Rouen was residing in London with his wife and had been there for three years with one " chylde " named " Isake . It would seem likely, therefore, that he was not at that
See also:time more than six years old . It has been suggested by Mr Lionel Cust, from the Huguenot records, that he is identical with one Isaac Oliver of Rouen, married at the Dutch
See also:church in
See also:Austin Friars in 1602 . His
See also:death occurred in 1617, and he was buried in the church of St Anne, Blackfriars . He was probably a
See also:pupil of
See also:Nicholas Hilliard, and connected through his wife, whose name is unknown, with the artists Gheeraerts and De Critz . He was an exceedingly expert miniature painter, and splendid examples of his
See also:work can be seen at
See also:House, Windsor
See also:Castle, Sher-
See also:borne Castle and in the collections of Mr J . Pierpont
See also:Morgan and the
See also:late Baroness
See also:Coutts . Some of his
See also:pen drawings are in the
See also:British Museum . (G . C .
PETER OLIVER (1594-1648)
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