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The Conversion of Saul

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This is a spontaneous copy which the young Van Dyck made during his apprenticeship in the studio of Hendrik van Balen in Antwerp after a variant of Pieter van Bruegel the Elder's painting 'The Conversion of Saul' (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna).

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Title The Conversion of Saul
Material and technique Pen and brown ink, gray wash
Object type
Drawing (verso) > Drawing > Two-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Height 210 mm
Width 261 mm
Artists Tekenaar: Anthonie van Dijck
Kopie naar: Pieter Bruegel (I)
Accession number MB 5021 verso (PK)
Credits Uit de nalatenschap van / from the estate of: F.J.O. Boijmans 1847
Department Drawings & Prints
Acquisition date 1847
Creation date in circa 1610-1612
Age artist Between 6 and 18 years old
Collector Collector / F.J.O. Boijmans
Internal exhibitions Rubens, Jordaens, Van Dyck en tijdgenoten (2001)
Material
Object
Technique
Grey wash > Washing > Wash > Drawing technique > Technique > Material and technique
Geographical origin Southern Netherlands > The Netherlands > Western Europe > Europe

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Anthonie van Dijck

Antwerpen 1599 - Londen 1641

Anthonie van Dijck, also called Antoon, worked in Antwerp and London. As a teenager, he worked as assistant to the painter Peter Paul Rubens. In 1620, when he...

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