Archival Documents Concerning Frans Hals

Archival Documents Concerning Frans Hals 42 Lijsbet Reijniers schorte, datter ijemant inde weer was, ofte datter de Duijvel mede spelen moste. Twelck sij getuygen pre(s)enteren tot allen tyden, elcxs in sijn regardt, met solemnelen eede te bevestigen, ende consenteerden etc. Aldus gedaen ende gepasseert binnen de voorschreven stadt Haerlem, ten huijse mijns Notarij, staende inde Nobelstraet, den xiiije Meij 1626, in presentie van Passchier Caluwaert ende Guilliame Cool, packer, als getuijgen hier toe versocht. w.g. Mr Adriaen Jansen Wat Passchier Caelewaert + (teijcken eijgen hant Guiliaem Cool Hillegont Reijniers) Quod attestor J Schoudt Notarius publicus Tenzelven dage verscheen nog als getuige a charge de 24-jarige smal- wercker Roelant Laurens, die verklaarde de beschuldigde zeer goed te kennen daar zij van zij n moeder geleerd had de zalf te bereiden, "dienende omme te cureren wonden die gebrant sij n". De zalf, aan Lysbeth Reyniers toegediend ter heling van het "gebrande accident", waaraan zij leed, was echter van een verkeerde samenstelling geweest, met alle gevolgen vandien. Ware de juiste zalf aangewend, zo zou de genezing ten hoogste tien dagen hebben gevergd. Ook deze getuige had de zieke bezocht; het toeval wilde, dat Henrickgen Wetselaers zich tevens aan Hals' woning vervoegde. Toen zij echter vernam, dat Roelant Laurens zich daarbinnen bevond, maakte zij onmiddellijk rechts- omkeert lo). Archival Documents Concerning Frans Hals by C. A. van Hees The first deed discussed here, dating from 6 November 1656, shows that there was co-operation between Frans Hals and Willem Pietersz. Buytewech in the case of two portraits representing the grandparents of the Haarlem painters Nicolaes and Jan (de) Kemp. An auction list of 17 November 1631 of the works of art in the possession of Hendrick Willemsz. den Abt, landlord of one of the well-known inns of Haarlem, mentions a "peekel- haring" (salt herring) by Frans Hals. If this refers to the toper engraved by Jonas Suyderhoef after Hals and called "Monsieur Peeckelhaering" (see the illustration), the above date is to be considered as the terminus ante quem for the origination of Hals' portraits based on this toper in the Staatliche Gemaldegalerie, Cassel, and in the former Jules Porgès collection, Paris (shown as No. 65 at the Frans Hals exhibition at Haarlem in 1937). The subsequent deeds from 1651 deal with moneys due to Frans Hals and his wife, viz. the wages of their son Antony Hals who embarked in 1646 and died abroad. The statement by Pieter Gerritsz. van Roestraten, their future son-in-law, to the effect that he had been working at the house of Frans Hals and his wife for five years is noteworthy. This painter was baptized at Haarlem on 21 April 1630. A document is also reprinted here testifying that in 1626 Lysbeth Reyniers, Hals' wife, became the victim of outrageous quackery. 10) Notariele Archieven, Haarlem, No. 127. Deze acte vond ik in de notities van Mevrouw N. H. van den Bosch-Nord Thomson te Bloemendaal, welke zij gedurende haar jarenlange werkzaamheid op het Haarlems Archief maakte en mij ten gebruike afstond. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History Brill

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42 Lijsbet Reijniers schorte, datter ijemant inde weer was, ofte datter de Duijvel mede spelen moste. Twelck sij getuygen pre(s)enteren tot allen tyden, elcxs in sijn regardt, met solemnelen eede te bevestigen, ende consenteerden etc. Aldus gedaen ende gepasseert binnen de voorschreven stadt Haerlem, ten huijse mijns Notarij, staende inde Nobelstraet, den xiiije Meij 1626, in presentie van Passchier Caluwaert ende Guilliame Cool, packer, als getuijgen hier toe versocht. w.g. Mr Adriaen Jansen Wat Passchier Caelewaert + (teijcken eijgen hant Guiliaem Cool Hillegont Reijniers) Quod attestor J Schoudt Notarius publicus Tenzelven dage verscheen nog als getuige a charge de 24-jarige smal- wercker Roelant Laurens, die verklaarde de beschuldigde zeer goed te kennen daar zij van zij n moeder geleerd had de zalf te bereiden, "dienende omme te cureren wonden die gebrant sij n". De zalf, aan Lysbeth Reyniers toegediend ter heling van het "gebrande accident", waaraan zij leed, was echter van een verkeerde samenstelling geweest, met alle gevolgen vandien. Ware de juiste zalf aangewend, zo zou de genezing ten hoogste tien dagen hebben gevergd. Ook deze getuige had de zieke bezocht; het toeval wilde, dat Henrickgen Wetselaers zich tevens aan Hals' woning vervoegde. Toen zij echter vernam, dat Roelant Laurens zich daarbinnen bevond, maakte zij onmiddellijk rechts- omkeert lo). Archival Documents Concerning Frans Hals by C. A. van Hees The first deed discussed here, dating from 6 November 1656, shows that there was co-operation between Frans Hals and Willem Pietersz. Buytewech in the case of two portraits representing the grandparents of the Haarlem painters Nicolaes and Jan (de) Kemp. An auction list of 17 November 1631 of the works of art in the possession of Hendrick Willemsz. den Abt, landlord of one of the well-known inns of Haarlem, mentions a "peekel- haring" (salt herring) by Frans Hals. If this refers to the toper engraved by Jonas Suyderhoef after Hals and called "Monsieur Peeckelhaering" (see the illustration), the above date is to be considered as the terminus ante quem for the origination of Hals' portraits based on this toper in the Staatliche Gemaldegalerie, Cassel, and in the former Jules Porgès collection, Paris (shown as No. 65 at the Frans Hals exhibition at Haarlem in 1937). The subsequent deeds from 1651 deal with moneys due to Frans Hals and his wife, viz. the wages of their son Antony Hals who embarked in 1646 and died abroad. The statement by Pieter Gerritsz. van Roestraten, their future son-in-law, to the effect that he had been working at the house of Frans Hals and his wife for five years is noteworthy. This painter was baptized at Haarlem on 21 April 1630. A document is also reprinted here testifying that in 1626 Lysbeth Reyniers, Hals' wife, became the victim of outrageous quackery. 10) Notariele Archieven, Haarlem, No. 127. Deze acte vond ik in de notities van Mevrouw N. H. van den Bosch-Nord Thomson te Bloemendaal, welke zij gedurende haar jarenlange werkzaamheid op het Haarlems Archief maakte en mij ten gebruike afstond.

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