de Heere

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  • Another contact of this period was Lucas de Heere.
  • He was possibly also a pupil of Lucas de Heere.
  • There are also works by or after Lucas de Heere, one of which is a View of Gent.
  • Historian Frances Yates believed that this second artist was the influential Lucas de Heere.
  • De Heere had to flee to England, where he became an elder of the Dutch stranger church of Austin Friars.
  • She was also the widow of Gerard de Heere, who had been Counsellor of the Indies and Governor of Ceylon.
  • The Protestant de Heere, who died in 1584, had previously designed tapestries for Catherine de' Medici in France.
  • Antje Paarlberg continued to America with their children with this single thought in mind, De Heere zal wel zorgen or "the Lord will provide".
  • Rogers also engraved a version of the large allegorial picture of Henry VIII and his family attributed to Lucas de Heere, now at Sudeley Castle.
  • En dat ie hoopte da'j altoos de Heere voor ooge zoudt houden. Cited from Over literatuur, by M.H. Van Campen
  • John de Critz's sister Magdalena married Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, another Flemish court painter, who may also have been a pupil of de Heere.
  • In 1582, de Heere designed the decorations for Anjou's Joyous Entry into Ghent, de Heere's home town.
  • De Heere was also a religious refugee from Flanders; although the upheavals of the Protestant Reformation acted to reduce artistic contacts, especially with Italy, England could also benefit from them.
  • Peake's training would have been similar to that of John de Critz and Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, who may have been pupils of the Flemish artist Lucas de Heere.
  • "De Heere kent zijnen tijd!" sprak de ander. Cited from Goede Vaer Tromp, by Pieter Louwerse
  • Waarmede de heere droste van Ysselmuijden zig heeft gevoegd. Cited from Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876, J. F. Loubat
  • De Heere, a Protestant, was born in Ghent, and became a refugee from the Dutch Revolt against Philip II of Spain, who tried to suppress Protestantism.
  • There is at Lord Scarborough's in Yorkshire, a double portrait, perhaps by Holbein or Lucas de Heere, of Lady Margaret's mother, Queen Margaret, and her second husband. Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole, V4,Horace Walpole
  • Gheeraerts was also the brother-in-law of Lucas de Heere's apprentice John de Critz the Elder, who took the dynasty into the Stuart period, and was succeeded as Serjeant-Painter by his son.
  • In fact, the lion-hearted lady had not heart to look herself in the face for the last twenty years of her life; but we nowhere learn that she quarrelled with Holbein's portraitures of her youth, or those of her stately prime of viraginity by De Heere and Zucchero. Cited from The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 12, No. 346
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