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Een samenwerking tussen Paul Vredeman de Vries en Adriaen van Nieulandt

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A recently discovered Interior of a Church with Christ Casting Out the Moneychangers (fig. I), currently with an art dealer in The Hague, substantiates the collaboration of Paulus Vredeman de Vries and Adriaen van Nieulandt. The figures on this panel, which is signed in full by Vredeman de Vries, correspond so closely with those in a work by Van Nieulandt painted that same year (fig. 2) that they may be attributed to him. Both artists were working in Amsterdam during the period in question. They probably met through Van Nieulandt's teacher, Pieter Isaacsz., whose contact with Vredcman de Vries is documented. Their collaboration was not confined to this single occasion, as is borne out by Esther crowned by Aharverus in a palatial setting (fig. 3). The figures in this painting, signed by Vredeman de Vries and dated 1612, are unmistakably by the same hand as those in a work painted by Van Nieulandt a year previously (fig. 4). Remarkable correspondences can be observed between the figures Van Nieulandt painted in the said works by Vredeman de Vries and a few drawings by the latter's father, Hans (figs. 5-6). It is hence not unlikely that these drawings were in Paul's possession and that he lent them to Van Nieulandt as models.


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