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Cattle Being Herded to a Water Trough

Cattle Being Herded to a Water Trough, Jacob  van der Does

Jacob van der Does (1623-73)

Ink & Grey Wash


Image Dimensions : 12½" x 10" (32cm x 25.5cm)

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Jacob van der Does Biography

He was the son of the secretary of the Amsterdam city council. He was more attracted to the arts than to note-taking, and went to study drawing with Claes Corneliszoon Moeyaert. He left at 21 to go to France, and from there on foot to Italy. In Rome he joined the Bentvueghels and was dubbed Tamboer, which means drummerboy, since he was somewhat short and had been meant for the military life. He studied with Pieter van Laer (Bamboots). When he eventually returned North, he settled in The Hague where he married Margaretha Boortens and got 4 sons and a daughter. His wife died in 1661. Houbraken liked his natural style of painting, and especially his way of painting sheep was very admirable.

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