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Who is Abraham Hondius?
Abraham Hondius: Abraham Danielsz. Hondius was a Dutch Golden Age painter known his depictions of animals. He was the son of a city stonemason, Daniel Abramsz de Hondt.
- also known as Хондиус, Абрахам
- born in (390 years ago) in Rotterdam
- nationality: Netherlands
- profession: Artist, visual artist
- died in (324 years ago) in London
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The Gentleman's and Connoisseur's Dictionary of Painters (etc.) A New Edition, to which is Added a Supplement Containing Anecdotes of the Most Celebrated Artists ... Also Remarks on the Present State of the Art of Painting, by James Barry (1798)
Abraham Hondius. Gerard Honthorft. William Honthorft, Peter de Hooge. Theodore van Hoogestraeten.
To which are Added, Two Catalogues: the One, A Catalogue of the Disciples of the Most Famous Masters ... the Other, A Catalogue of Those Painters who Imitated the Works of the Eminent Masters So Exactly, as to Have Their Copies Frequently Mistaken for Originals by Matthew Pilkington
Abraham Hondius. Gerard Honthorst. William Honthorst.
by Abraham Rees
Abraham Hondius, the justly celebrated painter of animals, was of the same family with the preceding artists; for whose biography and general merit as an artist, see HoNDIUS, ABRAHAM. #. etched a few plates in a slight, spirited, and ...
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