Abraham Lambertsz van den Tempel

c. 1622-1672 Holland/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Abraham Lambertsz van den Tempel was originally of Leeuwarden where his father Lambert Jacobsz was a painter and devote Mennonite preacher. His father was thought to be his teacher when he was young and later he received tuition from Jacob Backer in Amsterdam. He Married and moved to Leiden in 1648 where he undertook several commissions for the Cloth Hall. His main subject was portraiture which he excelled in when he returned to Amsterdam, he eventually settled there. He was a member of the Guild of Saint Luke and he painted portraits of the town's notables along with family group portraits. His works can still be seen in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

 

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david leeuw
and his family

david leeuw and his family

catharina van
der voort

catharina van der voort

maid of leiden
welcomes nering

maid of leiden welcomes nering

mars
banishes nering

mars banishes nering

minerva crowns the
maid of leiden

minerva crowns the maid of leiden by Abraham Lambertsz van den Tempel

abraham
de visscher

abraham de visscher

princess albertina of
orange with children

princess albertina of orange with children

johannes antonides
van der linden

johannes antonides van der linden

jan van amstel
and anna boxhoorn

jan van amstel and anna boxhoorn

pieter de
la court

pieter de la court

portrait of
a lady

portrait of a lady

portrait of
jacquemijna le pla

portrait of jacquemijna le pla

family
portrait

family portrait

sir william davidson
of curriehill and son

 sir william davidson of curriehill and son charles