Jan Baptist van Deynum

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Jan Baptist van Deynum
Gulden Cabinet - Jan baptist van Deynum p 407.jpg
Jean Baptiste van Deynum in Het Gulden Cabinet
Born Jean Baptiste
Died 2 May 1668(1668-05-02) (aged 47)
Nationality Flanders
Known for Painting
Movement Baroque

Jan Baptist van Deynum, or Duinen (1620–1668), was a Flemish Baroque painter.


According to Houbraken, who summarized a three-page poem about his work by Cornelis de Bie, Jan Baptist van Deynum was a respected Flemish painter who quit his job as "hopman" of a schutterij in Antwerp in order to have more time for painting.[1] In 1662, his works could be admired in the "Koningshof" in Antwerp.[2]

According to the RKD, he was a portrait painter active in Antwerp.[3]


  1. ^ (Dutch) Jan Babtist van Duinen biography in De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en schilderessen (1718) by Arnold Houbraken, courtesy of the Digital library for Dutch literature
  2. ^ De Bie, Het Gulden Cabinet, p 410
  3. ^ Jan Baptist van Deynum in the RKD