Simon Luttichuys

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Vanitas still life with skull, books, prints and paintings by Rembrandt and Jan Lievens, with a reflection of the painter at work.

Simon Luttichuys (1610–1661) was a Dutch Golden Age still life painter.


Luttichuys was born in London. According to the RKD he was probably the same person as Simon Littlehouse who painted a portrait of the bishop Thomas Morton of St. John's College, Cambridge in 1637/1638. His name in Dutch sounds like Littlehouse.[1] He was the brother of the painter Isaack Luttichuys and had moved to Amsterdam by 1649.[1] He married an Englishwoman from Norfolk in Amsterdam in 1655, Anna van Peene uit ' Naerfick in Engelant'. He is known for various forms of still life painting and influenced the painter Willem Kalf.[1] He died in Amsterdam.


  1. ^ a b c Simon Luttichuys in the RKD

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