Thomas de Critz
Thomas De Critz or Decritz (1 July 1607 – 22 October 1653) was an English painter.
He was born in London, the son of the Flemish-born painter John de Critz. He worked for the English court and was entrusted with the restoration and cleaning of Charles I's paintings. Decritz also painted the coffered ceiling of the 1653 Double Cube Room at Wilton House, showing the story of Perseus.
Thomas de Critz died in London.
- Works by De Critz at the NPG
- "The Destruction of Rubens's 'Crucifixion' in the Queen's Chapel, Somerset House", Albert J. Loomie, The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 140, No. 1147 (Oct., 1998), pp. 680–682
- 4 paintings by or after Thomas de Critz at the Art UK site
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