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Adriaen van Eemont (1626 – 10 September 1662) was a Dutch Golden Age painter.

Biography

Van Eemont was born and died in Dordrecht. According to Houbraken he was "as good a bird painter as Melchior d'Hondecoeter.[1] Houbraken had mentioned him twice earlier; as a specialist in painting water birds and plants, and as the teacher of the Dordrecht painter Johannes Offermans.[2][3]

According to the RKD he is known for fruit still lifes and is possibly the same person as the landscape painter who signed with the monogram "AVE".[4] He worked in Amsterdam, Heusden and France.[4] In France he traveled with Frederik de Moucheron to Paris and Lyon.[4]

There is still some uncertainty about the nature of his work; though Houbraken was so certain that he had specialized in birds and plants, the Dordrechts Museum has a work by him that is more reminiscent of Haarlem works such as those by Adriaen van Ostade.[4][5]


References

(Dutch) Adriaan van Emont Biography in De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en schilderessen (1718) by Arnold Houbraken, courtesy of the Digital library for Dutch literature
Eemont in Houbraken's Roelant Savry biography
Adriaan Emont in Houbraken's Ary Huibertsz Verveer biography
Adriaen van Eemont in the RKD

Adriaen van Eemont in the Dordrechts Museum

External links

Adriaen van Eemont on Artnet

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