Valckenborch, Frederick

Dutch, (1566-1623)

  • Frederick Valckenborch - The Temptation of Saint Anthony
  • The Temptation of Saint Anthony

  • (c. 1618 – 1621), oil on wood
  • 16.9 x 12.6 in. (43 x 32 cm.)
  • Musée du Louvre
  • Below is a close up of the pigs from the image above:
  • Frederick Valckenborch - The Temptation of Saint Anthony

About the Artist

Frederick Valckenborch, Dutch, (1566-1623). Frederick Valckenborch (also Valkenborch or Valkenborgh) was a painter and draughtsman and son of Marten van Valckenborch I (1534 – 1612). Both were members of a family of Netherlandish landscape and genre painters, the most important members of which were Lucas (c. 1535-1597) and his younger brother Marten.

Of the 14 known painters in the family, only Marten, his brother Lucas and Marten’s sons Frederik and Gillis (Egidius) (1570-1622) have so far been identified as significant from surviving works.

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