Bloemaert Abraham (Bloemaert Abraham)( Dutch painter.)
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Biography Bloemaert Abraham (Bloemaert Abraham)
Born December 25, 1564 in Gorkame. He studied at the Gerrit Splinter in Utrecht and at the Jost de Beer, and then from 1581 to 1584 in Paris with Jean Basso, Herry and Hieronymus Franken. Subsequently, he returned to Utrecht and became a member of the Guild of St.. Luke, then its dean (1611-1628). Worked in a variety of genres, from religious painting to still life, and was very well known. Among his numerous disciples - Jan Bot and Jakob Cape. Among the works of the painter - the Annunciation, Nativity, Portrait, The Penitent Mary Magdalene, Gippomen, koronuemy in the arena, Wedding of Peleus, The Raising of Lazarus, Mercury and Argus, The Martyrdom of St.. Andrew (a painting by Caravaggio), second son of Joseph, Saints Peter and Paul, niobium, Venus and Adonis, Hercules and Omphale, Exodus of the Jews from Egypt and CB. Villebrou, Bishop of Utrecht. Died Bloemaert in Utrecht 27 January 1651.