Lambert Jacobsz

c. 1598-1636 Holland/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Lambert Jacobsz was an artist and art dealer from Amsterdam who settled in Leeuwarden, Holland. He was a devote preacher of the Mennonite religion. He received his instruction from Theodoor van Thulden. His students were Govert Teunisz Flinck, Jacob Adriaensz Backer and his son Abraham Lambertsz van den Tempel, who also became a prominent artist. Jacobsz was a painter of religious, historical and still-life subjects. He died of the plaque in 1636.

 

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elisha and gehazi

elisha and gehazi

joseph's blood-
stained coat

Joseph's blood-stained coat is brought and shown to jacob

joseph's brothers on
the road from egypt

joseph's brothers on the road from egypt


saint luke

saint luke

saint paul and the
soothsayer of philippi

saint paul and the soothsayer of philippi


sale of jozef

sale of jozef


supper at emmaus

supper at emmaus

the disobedient
prophet

the disobedient prophet