The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories


Corenbreeck, Pieter Corssen

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Inventory #271
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call Number568 fol. 107 and foll.
Purposedeath inventory
Family NameCorenbreeck
Owner NameCorenbreeck, Pieter Corssen
Life Dates1581 |d 1629/05/14
Marriage Date1602/06/21
OccupationMerchant (largescale) |a Wine, brandy
Residenceaent Niewesyts kerckhoff in Amsterdam
ReligionRoman Catholic
IntroductionSpecificatie van alle den huysraet imboel schilderyen ende silverwerck nagelaten by z. Pieter Corssen Corenbreeck sulcx hij die selve metter dood deser werelt ontruymt heeft. Postscriptum: Aldus gespecificeert in Amsterdam in den sterfhuyse van de voors. Pieter Corssen gestaen aent Niewesyts kerckhoff op huyden den 13 july 1629
CommentaryPieter Corssen (Coorenbreeck) was the son of Cornelis Pietersz. (Coorenbreeck), who in turn was the son of Pieter Gysbertsz. Plemp. His uncle (the brother of Cornelis Pietersz.) was Gysbert Pietersz. Plemp, married to Bely Cornelis (the daughter of Cornelis Cornelisz. Plemp). His cousin (the son of Gysbert Pietersz. and Bely Cornelis) was the poet and lawyer Cornelis Gysbrechtsz. Plomp of R 21978 of Montias2. Pieter Corssen, born about 1581, wine dealer on the N.Z. Kerkhof, was betrothed to Mary Jans van Marcken on 21 June 1602. She was the daughter of Jan van Marcken Doedesz. and of Maria Jacobs Nobel (I. van Eeghen in De Navorscher 92(1950), p.147). Pieter Corssen Corenbreeck was a member of Rhetorical Camer In Liefde Bloijende in 1616 (Oud Holland 22(1904), p.41). In 1631, the son of Pieter Cortsz. Corenbrech, who was recognized by the Orphan Chamber, paid a tax of 30 f. (Kohier fol. 312vo, p.72.) On the family portraits, see R 6849, 6850, and 6851 and R 6862 of Montias2. Andries Hollesloot, whose portrait was also in the inventory, was the father of Duyfgen Andries. Andries Boelens Jansz. Hollesloot, schout in 1573 (before the Alteration), was removed because of his R.C. religion in 1579, and died on 26 January 1619 (Elias, Vroedschap, p. 305). The portrait of de oude Jan Hollesloot in R 7130 of Montias2 may be that of Jan Ysbrantsz. Hollesloot, who died in March 1555, the father of Andries Boelens Jansz. Hollesloot (ibid.) Among the books: Catholike sermoenen. There is little doubt that the Hollesloot and Corenbreeck families remained loyal to the old Catholic faith.
NotaryL. Lamberti
# of Items93
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Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0042 [ANONYMOUS] een cleijn Ecce Homo
0043 [ANONYMOUS] een gesneden cocosnut
0044 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderij van Pauli schipbreeck
0045 [ANONYMOUS] een schildery van de nagelingh Christy
0046 [ANONYMOUS] een koocken met een binnelyst
0047[a] [ANONYMOUS] twe papiere bortgens
0047[b] [ANONYMOUS] twe papiere bortgens
0048[a] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[a] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[a] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[b] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[c] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[c] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[d] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0048[d] [ANONYMOUS] vier cleijne bortgens
0049 [ANONYMOUS] een silver Ecce Homo
0050 [ANONYMOUS] een schildery van Adam ende Eva
0051 [ANONYMOUS] een lantschapie van Emaus
0052 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderijtgen sijnde een Ecce Homo
0053 [ANONYMOUS] een groot schilderij van Ecce Homo
0054 [ANONYMOUS] een schildery van de wijnpers
0055 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderijtgen van de loterij
0056[a] [ANONYMOUS] twe tronien
0056[b] [ANONYMOUS] twe tronien
0057 [ANONYMOUS] een tafereel sijnde d'afnemingh vant cruijs
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