Daniël van den Queborn

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A male child 18 months old in 1604, possibly Lodewijk, the illegitimate son of Prince Maurits. The bird on the hand symbolizes a future as a falconer, a sport reserved for nobility.

Daniël van den Queborn (1552–1618) was a Dutch Golden Age painter.


Van den Queborn was born in Antwerp. According to the RKD he became a member of the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke in 1577, but left the city and joined the guild in Middelburg in 1579.[1] In 1594 he became court painter to Prince Maurits.[1] He died in The Hague.


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