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MANDER, KAREL VAN (I)


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Inv#.Lot605.0106
Artist NameKM
Authority NameMANDER, KAREL VAN (I)
Artist ActiveHaarlem |a 1583-1603
Verbatim Entryno.6 1 brant KM f 24: 5:--
Titlebrant
Montias SubjectFIRE
Object Typepainting
Value24.25 |t gulden
BuyerAndries Pitte achter d'Oude Kerck
Buyer FamilyPitte (Pit, Pitten),Andries
Buyer NotesOn 5 March 1607, Jan van Wely (of R 21219) had a notary insinuate a merchant in Middelburg for his failure to deliver a painting by Jan Mabuse, which, he, Van Wely, had bought from him with the aid and under the supervision of Andries Pit (probably identical with the buyer); Anthony Wachtmans, a rich investor in the V.O.C.; and the painter Pieter Isaacksz. (NA 106, fol. 151vo, Notary J.F. Bruyningh, Extracten). Andries Pitte may have been a broker (maeckelaer) at the time of this transaction. He was called maeckelaer in 1627 (see R 20749). On 17 February 1626, jewels belonging to Hans van Beusekom (of R 21338) which had been pledged as collateral were appraised for the Orphan Chamber by Andries Putten (probably identical with Pitten) (WK 5073/357). On 29 January 1636, Hendrick Hudde, former alderman (of R 26928), notified his cousin Andries Pitten concerning certain accounts, running from 1616 to 1620, that his father-in-law Adam Nuijs, as well as well as his son-in-law (behoude soon) Hans Nuys, had claims on. Hudde declared that he could demand a certain sum of money from Andries Pitten, but that, in view of the fact that Pitten was intent on marrying Joffr. Janneken de Kemel, so he, Hudde, would be willing, if the marriage went through, to absolve him from paying that sum (NA 597, fol. 240, Not. Lamberti). On 27 February 1636, Andries Pitten, from Antwerp, diamond cutter, 62, living on the Keysersgracht, was betrothed to Jannetje de Kemel, from Antwerp, living on the Breestraet, 42, assisted by her brother Thomas de Kemel (DTB 444/152). Thomas de Kemel was a jeweler and buyer at auction (R 18950). Andries de Pitten was buried only four months later on 5 July 1636 (DTB 1100A/16). On (?) December 1636, Hillebrant Albertsz. declared that he owed the late Andries Pitten some money (barely legible act, NA 642, film 4953, Not. Sybrant Cornelissen).
Buyer OccupationServices |a Broker, factor
Montias2 Record21344

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ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call NumberWK 5073/944
TypeOrphan Chamber
Inventory Number605
Lot Number0106
Inventory Date1612/08/28
Owner NameRauwart, Claes
Purposeauction