had a picture of three Boors painted by this man, 1 the landscape behind by Lankrink, and a little dog on one side, by Hondius.
of the same country, a droll painter, which turn he meant to express, both iu his large and small pieces. He lived to about the year 1700. 2 There is a mezzotinto of him, playing on a violin.
another Dutchman, scholar of Abraham Vander Tempel, was many years in England, and practised portrait-painting. He returned to his own country in 1682.
disciple of Barlow, and afterwards of Henry Sone, from whom he contracted a talent for copying. He exerted this on most of the historic pieces of the royal collection. I suppose he was an indifferent performer, for Graham says he wanted warmth and beauty of colouring, and that his copies were better than his portraits. Vertue mentions a half-length of James, Earl of Northampton, copied from a head by Paert, who then lived in Pall-mall. 4 He died in 1697 or 98.
of the Hague, was bred an engraver, but by the persuasion of his brother John, who was a painter of history, he turned to landscape, and having studied some time in Italy, came to England, where he was countenanced by Charles II. 5 and____________________