The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories

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Loijse, Geertruijdt


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Inventory #1233
Call NumberNA 562B
Date1627/07/12
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeNotarial
Purposedeath inventory
Family NameLoijse
Owner NameLoijse, Geertruijdt
Owner Noteswidow of Adriaen van Nieuwlandt
Life Dates? |d 1627 |n Loijse; ? |d 1603 |n Van Nieulandt
ResidenceAmsterdam
ReligionReformed
IntroductionInventaris van de achtergelaten goederen van wijlen Geertruijdt Loijse, weduwe van wijlen Adriaen van Nieuwlandt, gelyck sy de selve op haer sterffdach achtergelaten ende metter doot ontruijmt heeft, beschreven door my Jacob Westfrisius notaris .... ten versoecke van Adriaen ende Jacob van Nieuwlandt, kinderen ende erffgenamen van der voorn[oemde] Geertruijt Loijse, synde als volcht. Postscript: Gedaen opten xii julij anno 1627 ten overstaen van Noe Brasseur ende Jacob Robbers Boudius als getuijgen.
CommentaryGeertruijdt Loijse (or Loijson) and Adriaen van Nieuwlandt I were the parents of the painters Adriaen van Nieulandt II and Jacob van Nieulandt cited in the INTRO. Adriaen van Nieulandt died in 1603. Both the brothers Joris (married, first to Rachel Clinquant, and, second to Baycken de Clerck) and Adriaen van Nieulandt (I), were pen sellers. Adriaen I, who was active in Antwerp, invested 300 f. in the first subscription for V.O.C. shares in 1602. Another brother of Joris and Adriaen I was the painter Willem van Nieulandt, who died in Rome in 1603. The children of Adriaen van Nieulandt I and of Geertruyt Loyson (or Louijse) were Willem van Nieulandt II (1584-1635), painter in Rome, and the painters Adriaen van Nieulandt II (1587-1658) and Jacob van Nieulandt (c.1592-1634) cited above. On 3 November 1626, Baycken de Clerck, assisted by her stepson and guardian Joris van Nieulandt (II), declared before the Orphan Chamber that the same Joris, 27, Susanna, 25, Anna. 22, Rachel, 19, the children from the first bed left by Jacob van Nieuwlant (I), pen seller, the mother (of whose children) was Rachel Clinquant, together with Pieter, 18, Sara, 15, Tobias, 13, Abigael, 11, Baeyken, 8, and Jan, 2, the children of the second bed procreated by Baeyken de Clerck, stood to inherit 500 f. from their uncle Guilliam (Willem) (I) who had died in Rome. This sum was turned over to the Orphan Chamber by Adriaen van Nieulandt on 4 November 1626 (WK 5073/789). In the death inventory of Baycken de Clerck, widow of Joris van Nieulandt, pen seller, dated 6 October 1632, five children were mentioned: Pieter, master turner (mr. drayer), married; Sara van Nieulant, 21; Tobias van Nieulant, 19; Abigael van Nieulant, 17; and Baiken van Niuelant, 14. Adriaen van Nieulant was said to be the children's cousin (Bredius, K√ľnstler-inventare, pp.180-1). Abigael van Nieulandt married, first, the painter Salomon (de) Koninck and, second, Cors Jansz. Buyck. The inventory of the latter, taken on 20 February 1673 contained several pictures by Salomon de Koninck (Bredius, op.cit. p. 170). On Adriaen van Nieulandt's family, see also the NOTES to R 20925 of Montias2. On Salomon de Koninck, see also the TEXT to R 54 of Montias1.
Montias1 #1154
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 kleine ronde schilderykens van haerl[uyden] vader ende moeder
0001[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 kleine ronde schilderykens van haerl[uyden] vader ende moeder
0002 [ANONYMOUS] een groot geschilderd bort van de de moeder met haer drie soonen
0003 [ANONYMOUS] een conterfeytsel van haerl[uyden] vader
0004 [ANONYMOUS] een oovael van de 3 coningen
0005 [ANONYMOUS] een gedoodtverwt panneel van de brede ende smalle wegh
0006 [ANONYMOUS] een boortien van een Marij beeltien
0007 [ANONYMOUS] een out bortien van Adam ende Eva
0008 [ANONYMOUS] een geschildert bort daer Christus sijn cruysen draecht
0009 [ANONYMOUS] een geschildert Turx vrouken