Adriaen De Weerdt
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Adriaen De Weerdt

Adriaan de Weerdt (c. 1510, Brussels – c. 1590, Cologne) was a Flemish Renaissance painter.


According to Karel van Mander he travelled to Antwerp to learn to paint from Christian van den Queborn (whose son Daniel became a court painter in The Hague).[1] He returned to Brussels and painted landscapes in the manner of Frans Mostaert.[1] He then travelled to Italy to learn the works of Parmentius and came back home around 1566 painting in a different style altogether.[1] He fled Antwerp with his mother due to the Dutch revolt and moved to Cologne, where he made allegorical prints, sometimes working with Dirck Volckertszoon Coornhert on emblem illustrations.[1]

According to the RKD he was active in Italy and moved to Cologne around 1566. He is known for prints and historical allegories.[2]



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