123 Korte bijdragen MARILYN ARONBERG LAVIN An attribution to Abraham Bloemaert Apollo and Daphne The career of Abraham Bloemaert (1564-1651) is undocu- mented visually until the year 1591. Van Mander records that around 1580 he left Utrecht and went to study painting in Paris for three years, but no works are known from this timel. The sources are then silent until he is back in Holland, first at Amsterdam and then at Utrecht where he spent the rest of his long life. The earliest known signed and dated works are from three successive years in the early 1590's: The Punishment of Niobe, 1591, Copenhagen; Apollo and Daphne, 1592, Breslau (fig. 1 ), and Judith Displaying the Head of Holofernes, 1593, Vienna2. These three paintings show 1. Carel van Mander, Dutch and Flemish Painters, transl. from Het Schilderboek, transl. and introd. by C. van de Wall, New York, 1936, p. 413ff. H. Kauffniann, 'Der Manierismus in Holland und die Schule von Fontainebleau', Jahrbuch der kg=l. Preussischen Kunstsammlungen, xLm, 1923, pp. 184-204, postulated Fontainebleau as the main source for Bloemaert's early style. This idea was first contested by W. Stechow, 'Hans Kauffmann, Der Manierismus in Holland und die Schule von
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1965
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