Cornelius van Cleve
He was the son of Joos van Cleve. From a 1604 writing by Karel van Mander, in which he is misnamed Joos van Cleef geheeten den Sotten Cleef, we learn that Sotte Cleef moved to England around 1555, where he managed to get some commission from the royal court.
- Leo van Puyvelde (1942), The Flemish drawings in the collection of His Majesty the King at Windsor Castle, p. 13
- Henri Pauwels, in Dictionnaire des Peintres Belges, Kirk Irpa, 1994
- C. Justi, Der Fall Cleve, in Jb der preuss. Kunstsmlg., 16, 1895, p. 32.
- G. Hulin de Loo, Conjecture touchant le Sotte Cleve, in Petite Rev. illustrée de l'Art et de l'Archéol. en Flandre, 1903, pp. 87–91, 115-118.
- M. J. Friedländer, Nachtträgliches zu Cornelis van Cleve, in Oud Holland, LX, 1943, pp. 7–14; E.N.P., IXa, 1972, pp. 44, 49-50, 72-74.
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