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AVERCAMP, HENDRICK


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Inv#.Lot573.0011
Artist Namede Stomme
Authority NameAVERCAMP, HENDRICK
Artist ActiveCampen |a 1619-1625
Verbatim EntryNo. 16 een wintertje van de Stomme f 14:--:--
Titleeen wintertje
Montias SubjectLANDSCAPE
Object Typepainting
Value14 |t gulden
Buyersecretaris Valckenier
Buyer FamilyValckenier, Wouter
Buyer NotesThe buyer was Dr. Wouter Valckenier, city secretary of Amsterdam since 1617, who lived with his parents Gillis Jansz. Valckenier and Claertgen Pauw in the Spinhuissteeg next to the Hamer. He was born in 1589 and died in 1650. He married Catharina van Drongen on 11 June 1619 and, after her death, Aefge (Eva) Appelman (1598-1669), daughter of Dr. Sijbrand Appelman and Trijntgen Coppit. Sijbrand Appelman may be the buyer named Appelman in R 31130. Wouter was the brother of Adriaen Valckenier of R 27377 (Elias, Vroedschap, p. 409.) Wouter Valckenier was the father of Clara Valckenier (1630-1710) who married Gaspar Pellicorne, the brother of Jan Pellicorne of R 23607. She owned a painting by Rembrandt (Schwartz, Rembrandt, p. 136). His son Sybrand, baptized in 1634, died childless in 1665. His other son Gillis Woutersz., baptized on 13 August 1623, became Lieutenant of the militia in 1646 (or ealier), captain in 1650, and curator of the Illustre School in 1652. On 14 August 1648, Gillis Valckenier, commissary of the Desolate Boedelskamer, accompanied by his father Wouter Valckenier, burgermaster, and by his stepmother Aeffje Appelmans (the second wife of his father), signed a pre-nuptial contract with Jacoba Rans, assisted by her sister Anna Rans, the heer Mr. Willem Borieel, lord of Duynbeecke, pensionary of Amsterdam, Jacoba Carels, lady of Duynbeecke, Dr. Jeronimus Rans (of INVNO 1334), her uncles and aunts, Constantia Coeymans, widow of Lenard Rans, also her aunt, Andries Adriaensz. and Carel [...] her nephews (NA 988, act 52, Not. J. Bosch). Jacoba Rans may have been the daughter of Pieter Rans (who died in 1640), of R 20574. Andries Adriaensz. cannot be either Andries Adriaensz. I or II, who both died before the date of this contract (see the NOTES to R 29031). The act of marriage is dated 15 September 1648 (Elias, op.cit. p. 479). Jeronimus Rans was the son of Lenard Rans and of Constantia Coeymans, daughter of Jeronimus Coeymans. Willem Boreel, cited above, was born in Middelburg in 1591 and died in Paris on 29 September 1668. He was embassador extraordinary to the Court of James I in 1613, one of the co-founders of the V.O.C., and pensionary of Amsterdam since 1627. He married Jacoba Carel, the daughter of Jan Jansz. Carel (de jonge), the son of Jan Jansz. Carel de oude (of R 28890) and of Anna Jans ten Grootenhuys, on 26 September 1626 (Elias, op.cit. p. 540). Adriaen Valckenier Gillisz., the brother of Wouter Valckenier, married Weijntje van Veen. The couple passed their testament (she being sick in bed) on 15 September 1636. They named Dr. Wouter Valckenier as guardian over their children along with the merchant Gerrit Adriaensz. Veen (NA 315, fol. 17).
Buyer OccupationEmployee |a City
Montias2 Record20402

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ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call NumberWK 5073/954
TypeOrphan Chamber
Inventory Number573
Lot Number0011
Inventory Date1619/10/16
Owner Name[anonymous]
Purposeauction