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Abraham van Diepenbeeck Het Gulden Cabinet

Abraham van Diepenbeeck

1596-1675, The Netherlands
Abraham van Diepenbeeck starts his career as a glass painter: he designs stained-glass windows for many Antwerp churches and monasteries. Van Diepenbeeck is known for his many design drawings and oil sketches. He also produces prints for important publishers such as Jacob van Meurs and Plantin-Moretus. In the period before 1640, he is in direct contact with the studio of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). Rubens called on him to translate some of his ideas into prints or to make copies of work by other artists, such as Francesco Primaticcio (1504-1570) and Niccolò dell’Abbate (circa 1509-1571) in Paris and Fontainebleau. Van Diepenbeeck presumably also helped Rubens to create some of his painting series.

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