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Jan Lievens

Leiden 1607 - Amsterdam 1674

Jan Lievens was a child prodigy. After staying with Pieter Lastman in Amsterdam between 1617 and 1619, he set himself up in Leiden as independent painter; he was twelve years old. Between 1625 and 1631, Lievens worked closely with Rembrandt and probably shared a studio with him. In 1632, Rembrandt left for Amsterdam and Lievens for England. From 1635, he lived in Antwerp, where he was influenced by the paintings of Anthony van Dyk. In 1639, he returned to live in the Netherlands.

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