Flemish Northern Renaissance Painter, ca.1370-1426
Related Paintings of EYCK, Hubert van :. | Boats along the shore | Wilma | Portrat des Schriftstellers Alexei Antipowitsch Potechin | Sense of Taste (mk14) | Interior of a Church |
Related Artists:Paul von Franken
(1818- 1884 ) - Painter
painted Paul von Franken. View of Tiflis in 1866
Herman van der Mijn
(1684, Amsterdam - 1741, London), was an 18th century painter from the Northern Netherlands.
According to Houbraken he introduced Jan van Nickelen to Jan Frans van Douven.
According to the RKD he learned to paint flowers from Ernst Stuven, and became a master of the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke in 1712, and the following year court painter to Johann Wilhelm, Elector Palatine. He took the family of Jan van Nickelen in tow to Dusseldorp, where they painted at court, and Van der Mijn taught Van Nickelen's daughter Jacoba Maria van Nickelen to paint flowers. She met the painters Rachel Ruysch and Willem Troost (whom Jacoba married) there. Van der Mijn returned to the Netherlands in 1717, but left on a trip via Brussels and Paris to London, where he stayed until 1737, when he took a trip to Leeuwarden
Italian painter, Venetian school (known 1482-1525 in Venice)