Eva van Marle

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Portrait of a woman, signed "EM.F.", dated 1648, and decorated with the Holt family shield, in the regent's room of the Vrouwenhuis

Eva van Marle was a Dutch Golden Age painter active in Overijssel.


According to the RKD she was possibly the teacher of Hendrick ten Oever.[1] She signed her works with the monogram EM.F. and her oldest known work is a portrait of a goldsmith, who was the brother-in-law of Gerard ter Borch the Elder, datd 1645.[2] Six portraits by her hand hang in the Vrouwenhuis, Zwolle, but little else is known of her.[1] Her works consist only of portraits dated in the 1640s and 1650s.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b c Eva van Marle in the RKD
  2. ^ Eva van Marle in historici.nl
  3. ^ Geschiedenis van Overijssel; chapter De Beeldende Kunst, by J. Verbeek, Deventer, 1970