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Wyck [Wijck], Jan [Jan van, John]locked

(c. 1645–1700)
  • Katharine Gibson

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Wyck [Wijck], Jan [Jan van, John] (c. 1645–1700), painter, was born in Haarlem, the son of Thomas (van) Wyck (c.1616–1677), also a painter. Wyck made his name in England as a specialist at painting horses in battle and hunting scenes, topographical and classical landscapes, and portraits of people, animals, and buildings. He brought the Dutch equestrian portrait genre to ...

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