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Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599-1641)
Also known as: Vandyke, Anthony; Dijk, Anthony van; Dyck, Anthony Van; Vandyck, Anthony; Vandycke, Anthony; Dyck, Antoine van; Dyck, Antonie van; Vandicch, Antonio; Vandich, Antonio; Vandik, Antonio; Vandych, Antonio; Vandyck, Antonio; Wandik, Antonio; Vandique, Anttonio; Dyck, Anthonie van; Dyck, Sir Anthony van; Dyck, Anton van; Sir Anthony van Dyck; Vandyck, Sir Anthony; Vandyke, Sir Anthony; Van Dick, Anthony; Van Dycke, Anthony; Van Dyk, AnthonyBirth Place: Antwerp (Antwerpen province, Flanders, Belgium)
Born the seventh of twelve children to a wealthy silk merchant in Belgium, Anthony van Dyck began to paint at an early age. By the age of nineteen, he had become a teacher in Antwerp. Soon afterward, he collaborated and trained with the famous Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens. He studied and worked in Venice and Paris. Van Dyck was famed as a portrait painter in England, creating numerous portraits of Charles I and his family.
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