Pieter van der Werff

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Pieter van der Werff
Werff, Pieter van der - Granida and Daifilo - 1711.jpg
Granida and Daifilo, 1711
Born 1665
Kralingen, Dutch Republic (modern-day Netherlands)
Died 1722 (aged 56–57)
Rotterdam, Dutch Republic (modern-day Netherlands)
Nationality Dutch
Known for Painting
Movement Baroque
This is a Dutch name; the family name is van der Werff, not Werff.

Pieter van der Werff (1665 – September 26, 1722) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. He assisted his older brother, Adriaen van der Werff.

Life[edit]

He learned to paint from his brother Adriaen and according to the RKD, he spent most of his life working in Rotterdam, where he painted the rich and famous.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Portrait of Adriaen Paets (1690-1720), two portraits
  • Portrait of Adriaen Besemer (1690-1722)
  • Portrait of Cornelis de Koningh (1690-1722)
  • Portrait of Paulus Verschuur (1690-1722)
  • Portrait of Gerard van Bergen (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Cornelis van den Bergh (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Johan van der Bergh (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Joost van Cuolster (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Cornelis Jansz Hartigsvelt (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Willem Hartigsvelt
  • Portrait of Johan Kievelt (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Ewoud Pietersz (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Johan de Reus (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Dominicus Rosmale (1695-1722),
  • Portrait of Pieter Sonmans (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Johan van der Veeken (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Johan de Vries (1695-1722)
  • Portrait of Philip William August, Count Palatine of Neuburg (1690s)
  • Portrait of Jacob Dane (1700)
  • Portrait of a Cornelis Matelief de Jonge (1700)
  • Granida and Daifilo (1711)
  • Portrait of a Woman, presumably Elisabeth Hollaer, wife of Theodorus Rijswijk (1710s)
  • Lot and his Daughters
  • Portrait of Hendrik Nobel

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