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List of paintings by Anthony van Dyck - Wikipedia
    43 rows · Portraits (1632–1649) From 1632 until his death in 1641, van Dyck travelled regularly to …

Anthony Van Dyck Paintings, Bio, Ideas TheArtStory
    Anthony Van Dyck was born, the seventh of 12 children, into a wealthy middle-class family in Antwerp; his father Franchois Van Dyck worked as a silk merchant. Van Dyck came from a family of artists including his paternal grandfather and his mother Maria Cuyper, who died when he was only eight years old and was a skilled embroiderer.Nationality: Flemish

Sir Anthony van Dyck Biography & Art Britannica
    Anthony van Dyck, in full Sir Anthony van Dyck, Flemish Anthonie van Dyck van Dyck also spelled Vandyke, Anthonie also spelled Antonie or Anton, (born March 22, 1599, Antwerp, Spanish Netherlands [now in Belgium]—died December 9, 1641, London, England), after Peter Paul Rubens the most prominent Flemish Baroque painter of the 17th century.

Biographies Rembrandt, Van Dyck ... - Milwaukee Art Museum
    Anthony van Dyck was born to a prosperous family in Antwerp (modern-day Belgium). His talent was evident very early, and he was studying painting with Hendrick van Balen by the age of ten. By the time he was fifteen, he was already an accomplished artist.

Van Dyke - Wikipedia
    Van Dyke, VanDyke or Vandyke is an Americanized or anglicized form of the Dutch-language toponymic surname Van Dijk, Van Dijke, Van Dijck, or Van Dyck. It may refer to: Antony van Dyke, variant English spelling of the Flemish-born painter Anthony van Dyck, (1599–1641) The Van Dyke family of American entertainers: Dick Van Dyke (born 1925), actor

Saint Rosalia (Anthony van Dyck) - Wikipedia
    Saint Rosalia is a c.1625 oil on canvas painting by Anthony van Dyck. Originally owned by Giovan Francesco Serra di Cassano, it was bought by Philip IV of Spain via his Viceroy of Naples Gaspar de Bracamonte in 1664 and is now in the Museo del Prado in Madrid. It is one of a group of surviving works showing Saint Rosalia produced by the artist in the mid-1620s whilst trapped in Palermo due to a …

Van Dyke beard - Wikipedia
    A Van Dyke is a style of facial hair named after the 17th-century Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck. A Van Dyke specifically consists of any growth of both a moustache and goatee with all hair on the cheeks shaved. Even this particular style, though, has many variants, including a curled moustache versus a non-curled one and a soul patch versus none. The style is sometimes called a "Charlie" after King Charles I of England, who was painted with this type of beard by van Dyck. …

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