The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories

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Inventory  [Hanswyck, Jacques van (1599/02/04)]

Inv#.Lot781.0001
Lot0001
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entryborden f -: 8:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Value0.4 |t gulden
BuyerMary [...]
Montias2 Record#31640
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Inv#.Lot781.0002[a]
Lot0002[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 rontges f 1: 5:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Formatround
Value0.625 |t gulden
BuyerBlock
Buyer FamilyBlock [Gerrit Jansz. ?]
Buyer NotesThe buyer was probably the notary Gerrit Jansz. Block who organized the sale. He was bode of the Orphan Chamber from 3 June 1597 to 1603 when he was removed by reason of financial difficulties (I. van Eeghen, Jaarboek Amstelodamum, 61(1969), p. 78). He may have been a son of Captain Jan Block of INVNO 933.
Buyer OccupationServices |a Notary
Montias2 Record#31641
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Inv#.Lot781.0002[b]
Lot0002[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 rontges f 1: 5:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Formatround
Value0.625 |t gulden
BuyerBlock
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 31641.
Buyer OccupationServices |a Notary
Montias2 Record#31642
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Inv#.Lot781.0003
Lot0003
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 bort f 1: 4:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Value1.2 |t gulden
BuyerMagdaleen in de 2 Weboots
Buyer FamilyMagdaleen
Buyer NotesThe buyer lived in de 2 Weboots. She may have been an uitdraagster. She is probably identical with Magdaleen Bruisse of R 37947 (Hilde van Wijngaarden, notes to Scriptie).
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant |a Uitdraagster/uitdraager
Montias2 Record#31643
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Inv#.Lot781.0004
Lot0004
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 bort f -:12:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Value0.6 |t gulden
BuyerMagdaleen voors [in de 2 Weboots]
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 31643.
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant |a Uitdraagster/uitdraager
Montias2 Record#31644
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Inv#.Lot781.0005
Lot0005
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 bort f 1:15:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Value1.75 |t gulden
BuyerGriet Ariaens
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 31574.
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant (largescale) |a Uitdraagster/uitdraager
Montias2 Record#31645
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Inv#.Lot781.0006
Lot0006
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 bort van de woestinne f 2: 2:--
Titlede woestinne
Number2
SubjectLANDSCAPE
Typepainting
Value2.1 |t gulden
Buyereadem [Griet Ariaens]
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 31574.
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant (largescale) |a Uitdraagster/uitdraager
Montias2 Record#31646
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Inv#.Lot781.0007
Lot0007
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 crucifix f 1: 5:--
Titlecrucifix
Number73
SubjectNEW TESTAMENT
Typecrucifix or painting
Value1.25 |t gulden
BuyerMr. Hans Hanswyck
Buyer FamilyHanswyck, Hans (van) (I)
Buyer NotesHans van Hanswijck I, originally from Antwerp, was an armorer and a dealer in arms (Gelderblom, Zuid-Nederlandse kooplieden p. 303). It was at his request that the goods of his brother Jacques van Hanswyck were sold. He was probably the guardian of Jacques's children. As early as 1575, he was said to be an armorer in Amsterdam (zwaardveger) (Oud Holland 4(1885), p. 291). He was father of Claes van Hanswyck of R 29177. On 15 August 1591, Hans van Hanswyck, zwaardveger, and Erm Claes had their son Johannes baptized in the O.K. (DTB 2/101). Erm Claes Ro(o)ch was the daughter of Claes Jacobsz. Ro(o)ch of R 29300. Johannes Rooch, baptized on this occasion, may be identical with Hans van Hanswyck de jonge (II), who was named guardian over the child left by Lucas Heyndricksz. on 24 March 1621 (5073/513, fol. 184). Hans van Hanswyck I freighted one ship between 1591 and 1602 (IJzerman, Economisch-historisch Jaarboek 17(1931). p. 270) and another on 8 March 1614 (with Guillaume van der Putte and Isaack Poulle) (Winkelman, Bronnen voor de geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Oostzeehandel R.G.P. 185(1983), p.283). Guillaume van der Putte, the father of Isaack van der Putte of R 24397, and Isaack Poulle were merchants of South Netherlandish origin who both spent some time in Middelburg before settling in Amsterdam (Gelderblom, Zuid-Nederlandse kooplieden, pp. 311, 312). Isaack Poulle was probably the brother of Jenne Poulle, the wife of Isaack van der Putte (see the NOTES to R 24397). Hans van Hanswyck I also delivered war material to the city of Amsterdam. He paid a tax of 15 f. in 1585 (Van Dillen, Amsterdam in 1585, p. 12). He was a witness at the baptism of Nijkolas, the son of Andries van den Broeck and Bayken van Hanswyck (who may have been his daughter) on 11 October 1612 (R 28792). He was originally from Brabant. He was living in het gulde sweert op het Water in 1606 when he bought lots for 7 gulden 4 st. in the Haarlem lottery (GAA, 33/42 F 265). His brother Jacob (Jacques ?) van Hanswyck (II) was living in the same house, as did (his sister?) Susanna van Hanswyck (GAA, 38/9 F 304, 113/8 F 825 and 38/12 F 304). On or about 17 June 1636, Jacob van Hanswyck (II) drew up his testament. He left a bequest of 100 f. to his brother Hans van Hanswyck (III) and an equal sum to his sister Franscina van Hanswyck, to be given to them 6 weeks after his death. He left to his nephew Claes van Hanswyck (II?) (Hans's son) 1000 f. and to the son of his sister (Franscina?), Hans van den Broeck (II), 100 f. A house that he owned on the Campers Hooft was also cited (NA 856, film 576, Not. E. Rooleeu). On 10 January 1602, Susanna van Hanswyck, 22, having lived 5 years op het Water (thus since 1597), assisted by Hans van Hanswyck (I) and Erm Claes, her parents, was betrothed to Gerrit Diericsz. (signs Geret Dirxsoon), assisted by his father Dirck Jochumsz. (DTB 665/192). Gerrit Diericsz., later known as Muijsenest, was the brother of Jochem Dircx Muysenest of R 33258. On 6 June 1611, Erm Claes, widow of Hans van Hanswijck, with her guardian and brother Jan Claesz. Roch, and, for fourth parts, her brothers-in-law Gerard Dircx Muysenest and Andries van den Broeck, together with her above-named brother, sold one half of the house Walcheren van Seelandt in the Warmoesstraet to Jacob Evertsz., silk cloth merchant (probably of R 32975) (Kam, Waar was dat huis in de Warmoesstraat? 1968 37/22, p. 432). Erm Claes was buried on 6 November 1626 (DTB 1044/131vo). Susanna van Hanswyck, the wife of Gerret Dircksen Muijsenest, apparently died before late September 1634, when she was cited as the widow of Gerret Dircksen Muijsenest (NA 911). Hans van Hanswyck II, the presumed son of Hans van Hanswyck I, was buried on 10 December 1623 (DTB 1089A/36vo). Another individual named Hans van Hanswyck (III) was said to have been a curator of the estate of Gerbrant Jacobsz. Geelvinck, with whom he had been in business (NA 351B, film 6406, Not. W. Cluyt).
Buyer OccupationArtisan |a Armorer
Buyer RelationSibling
Montias2 Record#31647
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Inv#.Lot781.0008
Lot0008
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 bort van den palas van Paris f 2: 2:--
Titlede palas van Paris
Number13
SubjectPALACE, CASTLE, PLEASURE HOUSE
Typepainting
Value2.1 |t gulden
BuyerMr. Hans Hanswyck
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 31647.
Buyer OccupationArtisan |a Armorer
Buyer RelationSibling
Montias2 Record#31648
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