Ryckaert family

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The Flemish Ryckaert or Rijckaert family of Antwerp produced several painters during the late sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries.

  • David Ryckaert I (1560–1607). Little is known of his career. Two of his sons by his wife Catherine Rem were professional painters.
  • David Ryckaert II (1586–1642); eldest son of David I. He was one of the pioneers of still life painting in Flanders.
  • Marten Ryckaert (1587–1631); second son of David I. Anthony van Dyck painted portraits of both brothers, David II and Martin.
  • David Ryckaert III (1612–1661); son of David II, grandson of David I, nephew of Martin. He was a prominent genre painter.

References[edit]

  • Mcfall, Haldane. A History of Painting. D. D. Nickerson, 1911; reprinted Whitefish, MT, Kessinger Publishing, 2004.
  • Van Haute, Bernadette. David III Ryckaert: A Seventeenth-Century Flemish Painter of Peasant Scenes. Turnhout, Brepols, 2000.