Andreas de Nole

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Engraved portrait of Andreas Colyns de Nole by Martinus van den Enden after Anthony van Dyck
Detail of head of St. Andrew in Sint-Romboutskathedraal

Andreas de Nole (1598 – 1638), was a Flemish sculptor.


He was born in Antwerp, where he trained before travelling to Rome.[1] He became the teacher of Sebastiaen de Neve and is known today for his work on the apostle and evangelist statues in the St. Rumbold's Cathedral in Mechelen.[1] He worked on that project together with the sculptor Johannes van Mildert and his son Cornelis van Mildert.[1]

He died in Antwerp.


  1. ^ a b c Andreas de Nole in the RKD