Joos de Momper

Joos de Momper was born in an artistic family of Antwerp and was named after his grandfather who was a landscape painter. His father was Bartholomeus de Momper the Elder and his mother Suzanna Halfroose. He learned to paint from his father who was a painter, art dealer, printer and publisher. In 1581 he became a master in the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke at only 17 years old.
De Momper died in Antwerp on 5 February 1635.
He was mentioned by Karel van Mander in his Schilder-boeck and his likeness was engraved by Anthony van Dyck.

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