Willem van Swanenburg (1580-1612)

(Isaacsz.) Willem van Swanenburg (1580-1612) - Dutch School (b Leiden, 29 Jan 1580; d Leiden, 31 May 1612).

 Engraver, son of Isaac Claesz. van Swanenburg. He trained as a painter with his father and also assisted him later in executing commissions. He also learnt the art of engraving, possibly from Jacques de Gheyn, and became one of the best young Dutch engravers of the early 17th century. His work includes prints after work by Joachim Wtewael, Abraham Bloemaert and Peter Paul Rubens. An early death cut short his promising career.

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