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Jan Salomonsz de Bray
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Jan Salomonsz de Bray (Haarlem, 1626/1627 – Amsterdam, 1697) was a Dutch Golden Age painter, draughtsman, print artist and architect from North-Holland. He was the son of artist Salomon de Bray, from whom he also received lessons in painting.

For a large part of his life, Jan de Bray lived and worked in Haarlem, from where his earliest-known painting originated (1652). In 1689, however, he was declared bankrupt as a citizen there, and he moved to Amsterdam, where he lived until his death. Many of Jan de Bray’s paintings were portraits, but he also painted historical and mythological scenes.

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1626/1627, Haarlem

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1697, Amsterdam

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1626/1627, Born

Caring for the children at the Orphanage in Haarlem: three Acts of Mercy

Allegory of Frederik Hendrik as the Bringer of Peace

A Family Group with Cupid

1697, Died

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