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Cornelis Anthonisz.

(b Amsterdam, c.1505; d Amsterdam, 1553). Netherlandish printmaker, painter, and cartographer. He was active mainly in Amsterdam, where he was the leading printmaker of his time. ...

Anthonisz., Cornelis

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The Oxford Dictionary of Art (3 ed.)

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...., Cornelis ( b Amsterdam, c. 1505 ; d Amsterdam, 1553 ). Netherlandish printmaker, painter, and cartographer. He was active mainly in Amsterdam, where he was the leading printmaker of his time. In 1544 he published a large bird’s-eye view of the city in woodcut and he also worked as a cartographer in the service of the Emperor Charles V ( see Habsburg ). In addition he painted portraits, most notably The Civic Guard ( 1533 , Historical Mus., Amsterdam), an early example of a type of group portrait for which Frans Hals later became...

Cornelis Anthonisz.

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(b Amsterdam, c.1505; d Amsterdam, 1553).Netherlandish printmaker, painter, and cartographer. He was active mainly in Amsterdam, where he was the leading printmaker of his time. In 1544 he published ...
Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen

Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen  

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(b Oostsanen, nr. Amsterdam, c.1475; d ?Amsterdam, 1533).Netherlandish painter and designer, the best-known member of a family of artists. He worked mainly in Amsterdam, where he was a successful ...
marine painting

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Historically, at least up to the late 19th century when the camera became generally available as an instrument of record, the overall volume of marine painting, of whatever country of origin, remains ...
Amsterdam

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City in the county of Holland. A small town that only developed into a real city during the 13th and 14th centuries from a Frisian peat settlement. Gradually, a port ...
Liefrinck

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art

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...and a series of 44 woodcut portraits of Princes and Princesses (Hollstein, nos 92–135) after Cornelis Anthonisz. Hans I's daughter Mynken [Wilhelmine] Liefrinck ( fl Antwerp, c. 1567–82 ) was a printer, illuminator and woodcutter, who worked mainly for Christoph Plantin in Antwerp, printing and hand-colouring maps and engraved book illustrations; she was also responsible for a woodcut Map of Greece ( 1578 ; Hollstein, no. 1) after Hubertus Goltzius. Cornelis Liefrinck I ( b Antwerp ; d before 1545 ) was also active in the print workshop of Emperor...

Corneliszoon van Oostsanen [von Amsterdam], Jacob

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art

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...of Jacob Corneliszoon van Oostsanen, 1472–?1533 (diss., Chapel Hill, U. NC, 1986) I. H. van Eeghen : ‘ Jacob Cornelisz, Cornelis Anthonisz en hun familierelaties ’, Ned. Ksthist. Jb. , xxxvii (1986), pp. 95–133 Kunst voor de beeldenstorm: Noordnederlandse kunst, 1525–1580 , 2 vols (exh. cat. by J. P. Filedt Kok, W. Halsema-Kubes and W. T. Kloek; Amsterdam, Rijksmus., 1986), ii, pp. 131–6, 196–200 W. T. Kloek : ‘ Jacob Cornelis van Oostsanen, Drielui met de aanbidding der Koningen en de heiligen Hieronumus en Catharina met stichters en op de keerzijden...

Amsterdam: patronage and collecting

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The Oxford Companion to Western Art

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...occupied a position of importance. One of the earliest artists to emerge was Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen . His son Dirck Jacobsz. specialized in portraiture and his Crossbowmen ( 1529 ; Amsterdam, Rijksmus.) is one of the earliest surviving militia group portraits. Cornelis Anthonisz. was also an early exponent of the militia portrait, such as the Banquet of the Copper Coin ( 1533 ; Amsterdam, Historical Mus.). By the mid-16th century Dirk Barendsz . emerged as the leading painter. He visited Italy, where he may have studied with Titian . The...

Wtewael [Utenwael; Uytewael; Wttewael], Joachim (Anthoniszoon)

Wtewael [Utenwael; Uytewael; Wttewael], Joachim (Anthoniszoon) (1566)   Reference library

The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art

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...confused with his father's. Peter Wtewael's oeuvre comprises five signed paintings (e.g. Adoration of the Shepherds , 1624 ; Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Mus.; Way to Calvary , 1627 ; priv. col.) and about twenty attributed ones. New Hollstein C. M. A. A. Lindeman : Joachim Anthonisz. Wtewael (Utrecht, 1929) A. W. Lowenthal : ‘ Some Paintings by Peter Wtewael (1596–1660) ’, Burl. Mag. , cxvi (1974), pp. 458–67 E. McGrath : ‘ A Netherlandish History by Joachim Wtewael ’, J. Warb. & Court. Inst ., xxxviii (1975), pp. 182–217 S. Helliesen ‘ Thronus...

marine painting

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The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea (2 ed.)

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...of Venus by Botticelli ( 1444 / 5 – 1510 ); Volpe's painting of Henry VIII leaving Dover on his way to the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520 in his great ship Henry Grâce à Dieu ; and the equally well-known picture of Portuguese carracks by the Dutch painter Cornelis Anthonisz ( c. 1499– c. 1560 ), all show the features and build of ships with great skill and attention. However, they all lack any verisimilitude in representing the sea around them. These famous pictures are in no way seascapes, but merely portraits of ships. Dutch Marine...

Amsterdam

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History

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...Zee were reclaimed in the twentieth century during the interwar years as part of a special employment program. By then, the port of Amsterdam had acquired a more direct route to the North Sea with the building of the North Sea Canal, which had opened in 1876 . Amsterdam. Cornelis Anthonisz (c. 1505–1553) printed this 12-sheet wood block print in 1544. In the center is the Damrak, the city's first harbor, which was filled in during the nineteenth century. © British Library / Hip / Art Resource, NY Founded in the thirteenth century and granted special toll...

Painting

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History

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...as his Flemish heritage. Amsterdam was home to some of the early marine painters, including Aert Anthonisz ( c.1579–1620 ) and Abraham de Verwer ( c.1585–1650 ). Aert Anthonisz is first mentioned in Amsterdam in 1603 . He was born in Antwerp , which fell to Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma , in 1585 . Amsterdam had become a new home for many immigrants from the southern Netherlands , and the first city expansion took place in 1597 . Anthonisz’s oeuvre, like that of his contemporaries, celebrates successful battles, commanders and their ships,...

Navigational Manuals

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History

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2007
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...and Spanish authors, including Mart í Fernández de Enciso , Francisco Faleiro , Pedro Nunes , Pedro de Medina , and Mart ín Cortés, saw the light between about 1520 and 1550 . While the oldest texts on the art of navigation published in Holland and England — Cornelis Anthonisz ’s Onderwijsinge vander zee om stuermanschap te leeren (c. 1544 ) and, William, Cuningham ’s Cosmographical Glasse ( 1559 )—hardly betray any influence from the Iberian Peninsula, both countries subsequently heavily borrowed from the Spanish and Portuguese examples....

Navigators

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History

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...for entry into the navigators’ ranks. Most of the skilled navigators whom Lewis encountered on the Pacific islands were not able to read or write at all. Among the pilots on the Spanish Indies fleets in the sixteenth century, a full 26 percent could not sign their name. Cornelis Anthonisz ( 1507–1553 ), a Dutch painter and cartographer who in 1544 compiled the first manual on navigation in Dutch , thought fit to underscore the point that pilots should learn to read and write. It was presumably not until the latter half of the seventeenth century that...

Prints

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Materials and Techniques in Art

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2008
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...method is not always conclusive. Only a tiny fraction of 16th- and 17th-century prints were published hand-coloured, for example early 16th-century woodcuts by Sebald Beham ( 1500–50 ), Erhard Schön ( c. 1491–1542 ), Niclas Stör (   fl c . 1520 ; d 1562/3 ) and Cornelis Anthonisz . ( c. 1505–53 ), and special illuminated examples of books printed in black and white (e.g. that produced for Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I). Other examples include woodcuts by Jost Amman ( 1539–91 ), and it is known that Georg Mack (   fl 1569–1623 ) was colouring...

Amsterdam

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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...The oldest map of the city (1538), commissioned by the city authorities from Cornelis Anthonisz ( c . 1505–55 ), shows the city’s various gateways, of which only the St Anthoniespoort survives (converted into a weigh-house in the 17th century). Houses were already packed close together. Between 1300 and 1500 the population increased from 1100 to 10,000. The inner area was completely built up, and houses also became higher. The empty areas still evident on Cornelis Anthonisz’s map were mainly on the east side and belonged to the many religious houses...

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