Adriaen van der Werff

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Adriaen van der Werff

Self-portrait with Wife and Daughter by Adriaen van der Werff.jpg Adriaen van der Werff. Self-portrait with the portrait of his wife Margaretha van Rees and their daughter Maria. 1699.
Description Dutch architect, painter, draughtsman and ornamental painter
Date of birth
Place of birth Kralingen-Ambacht
Date of death
Place of death Rotterdam

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Portraits[edit]

Works[edit]

Paintings[edit]

1679-1694[edit]

Portraits of Cornelis Gerard Fagel and Elisabeth Dierquens[edit]

1694-1696[edit]

Hagar[edit]

1696-1700[edit]

Portraits of Johann Wilhelm, Elector Palatine, and his wife Anna Maria Luisa de’ Medici[edit]

1700-1711[edit]

Adam and Eve[edit]

two version

1712-1718[edit]

Women dancing before a shepherd playing a flute[edit]

two version

1718-1719[edit]

Drawings[edit]

Two-sided drawing[edit]

Architectural designs[edit]

Beurs, Rotterdam[edit]

designed 1721
completed 1736
destroyed 1940

Disputed works[edit]

Follower (?) of Adriaen van der Werff[edit]

Portraits of Johann Wilhelm, Elector Palatine, and his wife[edit]

School of Adriaen van der Werff[edit]

Circle of Adriaen van der Werff[edit]

Follower of Adriaen van der Werff[edit]

Manner of Adriaen van der Werff[edit]

After Adriaen van der Werff[edit]

Portraits of William III and Mary II of England[edit]