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Van Dyck, Anthony, 1599-1641

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Personal name headingVan Dyck, Anthony, 1599-1641
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Variant(s)Dyck, Anthony van, 1599-1641
Van Dyck, Anthonie, 1599-1641
Van Dyck, Antoon, 1599-1641
Van-Deĭk, Antoni, 1599-1641
Deĭk, Antoni van, 1599-1641
Dyck, Antoine van, 1599-1641
Van Dyck, Anton, 1599-1641
Van Dyck, Antoine, 1599-1641
Vandyke, Anthony, 1599-1641
Dyck, Anthonie van, 1599-1641
Dyck, Antoon van, 1599-1641
Dyck, Anton van, 1599-1641
Van Dyck, Anthonis, 1599-1641
Van Daĭk, Antonis, 1599-1641
Daĭk, Antonis van, 1599-1641
Ṿan Daiḳ, Anṭon, 1599-1641
Vandeik, Antoine, 1599-1641
Van Dyck, Antonio, 1599-1641
Vandyck, Anthony, 1599-1641
Birth date1599-03-22
Death date1641-12-09
Found inBiog. nat., 1878 (Dyck, Antoine van; hist. and portrait painter; b. Antwerp, 1599; d. London, 1641; referred to in text as Van Dyck)
Enc. Am., 1975 (Van Dyck, Sir Anthony; Flemish painter; b. Antwerp, 3/22/1599; d. London, 12/9/1641)
Collier's enc., 1973 (Van Dyck, Sir Anthony; Flemish painter; b. Antwerp, 3/22/1599; d. London, 12/9/1641)
Enc. Brit., 1982 (Van Dyck, Sir Anthony (also Vandyke); b. Antwerp, 3/22/1599; d. London, 12/9/1641; 1st trip to England, 1620; 1632, returned to England, became "principal painter in ordinary of their majesties" and was knighted; spent most of rest of his life in England; took a British wife; buried in St. Paul's)
Grote Winkler prins enc., 1979 (Dyck, Antoon (Anthonie, Anton) van; b. Antwerp, Mar. 22, 1599; d. London, Dec. 9, 1641)
Preising, D. Anthonis van Dyck, c1988: t.p. (Anthonis van Dyck)
Docheva, P. Van Daĭk, 1989: p. 12 (Antonis Van Daĭk)
Ṿan Daiḳ u-teḳufato, c1995: p. 7 (Anṭon Ṿan Daiḳ)
Hahn, R. Anton Van Dyck, c1896: t.p. (Anton Van Dyck) prel. p. (Antoine Vandeik)
Oiro riproduzioni a colori, con un cenno sull'artesta, [n.d.]: t.p. (Antonio Van Dyck)
Vandyck's pictures at Windsor Castle historically and critically described, 1899