Jan Janszoon de Heem
Jan Janszoon de Heem (bapt. 2 July 1650, Antwerp – after 1695) was a Dutch Golden Age still-life painter and the son of Jan Davidszoon de Heem (1606–1684) and the half-brother of Cornelis de Heem (1631–1995). This family of still-life specialists, of which father Jan Davidszoon de Heem is the most significant, had a strong impact on the genre throughout the north and south Netherlands.
Jan was baptised in Antwerp on 2 July 1650, but was trained by his father in Utrecht. His works, in fact, are nearly indistinguishable from his father's, and the fact that they both signed them as J de Heem have meant that many paintings in major collections attributed to Jan Davidszoon are actually by Jan Janszoon.
De Heem family tree
- Sam Segal, "Jan [Johannes] Jansz. de Heem," Grove Art Online, Oxford University Press [accessed 21 April 2008].
- Many sources, including the Getty Union name Index, have conflicting information about two Jans, both with the same birth and death dates, but one being the child of the other.)
- Sam Segal, "Jan Davidsz. de Heem," Grove Art Online, Oxford University Press [accessed 21 April 2008].
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