Cruydenier, more known by the name of Jakob van Walscapelle was born in Dordreech
in may 1664 and died in Amsterdam on August the 16th 1727.
painter who was a follower of Cornelis Klick, specialised in painting still-life
of flowers, a genre where he demonstrated his subtle taste.
In his works,
visible influences of Jan de Heem, the master of Flemish floral art may be observed.
At the top of this page, you will find two flower paintings of Jakob
van Walscapelle, the first one exhibited at the National Gallery in London and
the second one exhibited at the National Gallery in Washington.
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