Jan Gillisz van Vliet

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Old man, 1634

Jan Gillisz van Vliet (1605 – 1668), was a Dutch Golden Age painter and Rembrandt pupil, whose paintings are no longer attributed to him with any certainty. Today he is known only for his drawings and prints.

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He was born in Leiden where he became a Rembrandt pupil.[1] He made a popular print series called "the beggars" and signed his prints "JG Vliet fec".[1] He died in Leiden.


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