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1635 in art

Events from the year 1635 in art.

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Events

  • Nicolas Poussin begins work on The Triumph of Pan and The Triumph of Bacchus to decorate Cardinal Richelieu's château.
  • Joyous Entries of Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Austria into Antwerp and Ghent.
  • Paintings

  • Gerard ter Borch – Consultation
  • Abraham Bosse – Der Ball ("The Ball")
  • Chen Hongshou – Self-portrait
  • Dirck van Delen – Palace Courtyard with Figures
  • Jan van Goyen – Landscape with travellers outside a tavern
  • Juan Bautista Mayno – The Recovery of Bahía de Todos los Santos
  • Rembrandt
  • The Abduction of Ganymede
  • Belshazzar's Feast
  • Portrait of a Young Man with a Golden Chain (attributed)
  • The Sacrifice of Abraham
  • Self-portrait wearing a white feathered bonnet (Buckland Abbey, England)
  • Peter Paul Rubens
  • The Garden of Love (1630-35)
  • The Three Graces
  • John Souch – Sir Thomas Aston at his Wife's Deathbed
  • Justus Sustermans – Portrait of Galileo
  • David Teniers – Temptations of Saint Anthony
  • Diego Velázquez
  • Equestrian Portrait of Philip III
  • Equestrian Portrait of Prince Balthasar Charles
  • Philip IV in Brown and Silver
  • Portrait of the Count-Duke of Olivares
  • Prince Balthasar Charles as a Hunter
  • The Surrender of Breda
  • Births

  • February 21 - Thomas Flatman, English poet and miniature painter (died 1688)
  • April 16 – Frans van Mieris, Sr., Dutch genre and portrait painter (died 1681)
  • October 7 - Roger de Piles, French painter, engraver, art critic and diplomat (died 1709)
  • November 11 - Justus Danckerts, Dutch engraver (died 1701)
  • date unknown
  • José Claudio Antolinez, Spanish painter (died 1675)
  • Pietro Santi Bartoli, Italian engraver, draughtsman and painter (died 1700)
  • Sebastiano Bombelli, Italian Baroque painter, mainly in Venice (died 1719)
  • Giuseppe Bonati, Italian painter, active in Rome and Ferrara (died 1681)
  • Guillaume Chasteau, French engraver (died 1683)
  • Alonso del Arco, Spanish painter (died 1704)
  • Ricardo do Pilar, Brazilian monk and painter (died 1700)
  • Giovanni Giacomo Borni, Italian painter active in Lombard (died 1700)
  • Pedro Nuñez de Villavicencio, Spanish painter (died 1700)
  • Henri Gascar, French painter (died 1701)
  • Antonio Giorgetti, Italian sculptor (died 1669)
  • Basilio Santa Cruz Pumacallao, Quechua painter from Cusco, Peru (died 1710)
  • Pieter van Anraedt, Dutch Golden Age painter of history scenes (died 1678)
  • Domenicus van Tol, Dutch Golden Age painter (died 1676)
  • Deaths

  • March 14 - Jacques Callot, printmaker and draughtsman from Lorraine (born 1592)
  • May 17 - Domenico Tintoretto, Venetian painter, sone of Jacopo Tintoretto (born 1560)
  • September 30 - Kanō Sanraku, Japanese painter (born 1559)
  • December 25 - Samuel de Champlain, French cartographer, draughtsman, navigator, soldier, explorer, ethnologist, diplomat, geographer, chronicler and founder of Québec City (born 1567)
  • date unknown
  • Reza Abbasi, Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher of the Isfahan School (born 1565)
  • Camillo Berlinghieri, Italian painter of the Baroque period (born 1590/1605)
  • Krzysztof Boguszewski, Polish Baroque painter (born unknown)
  • Battistello Caracciolo, Italian painter (born 1578)
  • Giovanni Battista Crescenzi, Italian painter and architect (born 1577)
  • Willem Cornelisz Duyster, Dutch painter from Amsterdam (born 1599)
  • Francesco Lauri, Italian painter of frescoes (born 1610)
  • Giulio Parigi, architect and designer (born 1571)
  • Fabrizio Santafede, Italian late-Mannerist painter (born 1560)
  • probable - Giuseppe Vermiglio, Caravaggisti painter from Northern Italy (born 1585)
  • References

    1635 in art Wikipedia


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