Willem van den Bundel

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Willem van den Bundel (1575–1655), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.

Biography[edit]

He was born in Brussels and became a landscape painter, possibly as the pupil of Gillis van Coninxloo who was a witness at his wedding in Delft in 1600.[1] He moved to Amsterdam 1607–1620 but was back in Delft as a paying member of the Guild of St. Luke during the years 1623–1654.[1] His son died in Delft in 1642 and he sold works in Leiden 1644–1645.[1]

He died in Delft.[1]

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