Daniel Thivart

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Silvio and Dorinda, from the pastoral "Il pastor fido" by Giovanni Battista Guarini

Daniel Thivart (1611, Amsterdam – 1656, Amsterdam), was a Dutch Golden Age genre painter.

Biography[edit]

According to the RKD he was influenced by Leonaert Bramer and Willem de Poorter.[1] He is known for religious scenes and historical allegories such as "Silvio and Dorinda", "Paulus and Barnabus", "Theagenes and Chariclea", and others.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Daniel Thivart in the RKD