Dirck Wijntrack

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Birds in a landscape. collaboration with Joris van der Haagen, Bredius Museum

Dirck Wijntrack, or Wyntrack (1615, Heusden – 1678, The Hague), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.

Biography[edit]

According to the RKD he is known for landscapes and farm scenes with animals and worked with Jan Wijnants and Joris van der Haagen collaborating on landscape paintings.[1] He married in Rotterdam in 1646 and worked in Gouda during the years 1651-1655.[1] He worked in Schoonhoven in the year 1655, and moved to The Hague in 1657 where he stayed.[1]

He married a sister-in-law of Ludolph de Jongh (1616 - 1697) Painter, sheriff of Hillegersberg (since 1665).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Dirck Wijntrack in the RKD