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ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
71881 Amarillis crowning Mirtillo Jacob van Loo Amarillis crowning Mirtillo ca. 1640-1660 (1634-1670) Oil on canvas 161 x 192 cm (63.39 x 75.59 in)
73159 Amarillis crowning Mirtillo Jacob van Loo Amarillis crowning Mirtillo Date ca. 1640-1660 (1634-1670) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 161 X 192 cm (63.39 X 75.59 in) cyf
79371 Portrait of Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux Jacob van Loo Portrait of Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux 1743(1743) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
93218 The Meebeeck Cruywagen family near the gate of their country home on the Uitweg near Amsterdam. Jacob van Loo The Meebeeck Cruywagen family near the gate of their country home on the Uitweg near Amsterdam. circa 1642 (1640-1645) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 100 x 133.5 cm (39.4 x 52.6 in) cjr

Jacob van Loo
(1614 - 26 November 1670) was a Flemish painter who is considered one of the Dutch Masters of the 17th Century. Van Loo is known for his conversational groupings, his use of a subtle color palette and his nudes. He was the founder of the Van Loo family of painters. Van Loo was born in Sluis, Zeeland, in the Dutch Republic. Some sources have spe,culated that his father, Jan van Loo, may have been a notary, but more often his father is described as a painter from whom Jacob van Loo received his early training. Little is known of Van Loo's early history due to the destruction of the city archives in Sluis during World War II. His early influences included Thomas de Keyser and Jacob Adriaensz Backer. In 1642, van Loo moved to Amsterdam, where his contemporaries included Rembrandt, Frans Hals, and Bartholomeus van der Helst. In 1643 he married the sister of the painter, Martinus Lengele. The couple had six children. They lived on Rozengracht in the Jordaan district of Amsterdam. Eglon van der Neer became one of his pupils. In 1660, Van Loo fled the city after fatally stabbing someone during an altercation at an inn. He was sentenced to death in absentia which forever prevented his return to Holland. Van Loo settled in Paris, where he was admitted to the Academie de peinture et de sculpture. He died in Paris in 1670. Van Loo's work was done in the Baroque style that had originated in Rome. The Baroque style was popular throughout Europe during this period. Van Loo was a major influence on Johannes Vermeer as can be seen in Vermeer's painting, Diana and Her Companions. Van Loo painted many portraits. Among his subjects were Johan Huydecoper van Maarssenveen; his sister, Leonara Huydecoper, who was married to Jan J. Hinlopen; Joan Ortt, who was later involved with Antoinette Bourignon; and his wife. Jacob van Loo's son, Louis Abraham van Loo, was also a painter, as were his grandsons, Jean-Baptiste van Loo and Charles-Andra van Loo.
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