Cornelis de Vos

Flemish c1584-1651 Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Cornelis de Vos was from Hulst. He was the dean of the Guild of Saint Luke in Antwerp where he dealt as an art dealer. He painted mostly portraiture but also did historical and allegorical paintings. his brother Paul was also a successful painter of still life and was an associate of Van Dyck. Cornelis also collaborated with Peter Paul Rubens on some works.

 

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self portrait of the
artist and his family

self portrait of the artist and his family

the
four seasons

the four seasons

the triumph
of bacchus

the triumph of bacchus

elisabeth vekemans
as a young girl

elisabeth vekemans as a young girl


family portrait

family portrait

magdalena and
jan de vos

magdalena and jan de vos the artist s children


portrait of a boy

portrait of a boy

portrait of a girl
at the age of ten

portrait of a girl at the age of ten

portrait of a lady
in elegant dress

portrait of a lady in elegant dress

elisabeth mertens
and her late husband

portrait of elisabeth mertens and her late husband

portrait of frans
vekemans

portrait of frans vekemans

portrait of
henri moens

portrait of henri moens

portrait of jan
vekemans

self portrait of the
artist with his wife

self portrait of the artist with his wife suzanne cock and their children

the family
of the artist

francois de boisschot
comte d'erps

francois de boisschot comte d'erps