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Vredeman de Vries, Hans, 1527-approximately 1604

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Personal name headingVredeman de Vries, Hans, 1527-approximately 1604
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Variant(s)De Vries, Hans Vredeman, 1527-approximately 1604
Frisius, Johannes Vredmannus, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman de Vries, Hans, 1527-ca. 1604
Vredemann de Vries, Hans, 1527-approximately 1604
Vries, Hans Vredeman de, 1527-approximately 1604
Vries, Jan Vredeman de, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman de Vries, Jan, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredmannus Frisius, Iohannes, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman Frison, Ioan, 1527-approximately 1604
Frison, Ioan Vredeman, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman Vriese, Ioan, 1527-approximately 1604
Vriese, Ioan Vredeman, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman Frison, Iean, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman Frison, Jean, 1527-approximately 1604
Frison, Iean Vredeman, 1527-approximately 1604
Frison, Jean Vredeman, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman Frisn, Iean, 1527-approximately 1604
Frisn, Iean Vredeman, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman Frisius, Ioannes, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman, Hans, de Vries, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman, Ioan, Frison, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredeman, Jean, Frison, 1527-approximately 1604
Vredmann, Johannes, Frisius, 1527-approximately 1604
I. V. V. (Ioan Vredeman Vriese), 1527-approximately 1604
V. V., I. (Ioan Vredeman Vriese), 1527-approximately 1604
Associated countryNetherlands
Associated placeAmsterdam (Netherlands) Danzig (Germany) Prague (Czech Republic) Hamburg (Germany) Mechelen (Belgium)
LocatedAntwerp (Belgium)
Birth date1527
Death date1604~
Place of birthLeeuwarden (Netherlands)
Place of deathHamburg (Germany)
Field of activityArchitecture Architectural drawing Engraving Gardens--Design Painting
Profession or occupationArchitects Drafters Engravers Landscape architects Painters
Found inHis Hortorum viridariorumque elegantes & multiplices formae, c1980: t.p. (Iohanne Vredmanno Frisio) jkt. (Hans Vredeman de Vries (1526-ca. 1606))
NUC pre-56 (Vries, Jan Vredeman de, b. 1527)
Nieuwe Winkler Prins encyclopedie, 1977 (Vredeman de Vries, Hans, 1527-ca. 1604)
Sala Czerwona ratusza gdańskiego, 1986: p. 71 (Hansa Vredemanna de Vries)
Vredeman de Vries, Hans. Perspective, c'est a dire, Le tresrenommé art du poinct oculaire d'vne veuë dedans où travers regardante, estant sur vne muraille vnie, sur vn tableau, ou sur dela toile, 1604-1605: part 1, title page (Ioan Vredeman Frison) part 1, page 3 (Ioan Vredeman Vriese, aetat. 77; I.V.V.; Iean Vredeman Frison; in Ballade, verse 1, first letter of each line: Iean Vredeman Frisn) part 2, title page (Iean Vredeman Frison)
Vredeman de Vries, Hans. Perspective, 1968: title page (Jan Vredeman de Vries) added title page (reproduction of title page of 1604 Latin expression: auctore Ioanne Vredeman Frisio) Introduction to the Dover edition (Jan (or Hans, as he is often called) Vredeman de Vries; Vredeman; very little known about; born in 1527 in Leeuwaarden, in Dutch Friesland; trained as a painter, architect; for a while, he lived in Antwerp, then worked in Germany as an architect, tried to form a painters' guild in Danzig, later at court of Emperor Rudolph II in Prague, and finally returned to Holland, where he lived with his painter-son Paul; date of death uncertain, probably around 1604; his importance rests on his numerous engravings: architectural invention and architectural representation; produced publication after publication on architectural topics, including works on the orders of architecture, garden design, and perspective)
RKD artists& (Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie name database), 8 December 2016 (Hans Vredeman de Vries; name variations: Vredeman de Vries, Jan, Vries, Hans Vredeman de, Vries, Jan Vredeman de; male; qualifications: painter, draftsman, print artist, city master builder, fortress engineer, art theorist, planner, cabinetmaker; in 1592-1593, city architect of Danzig; nationality: North Netherlandish, South Netherlandish; born: Leeuwarden 1525/1526; age mentioned as 34 in a deed from 1560; deceased Hamburg 1609 (Borggrefe/Fusenig/Uppenkamp 2002, p. 29); active in, among other places: Antwerpen, Mechelen, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Wolfenbüttel, Danzig, Hamburg, Praag; worked with Gillis Mostaert; father of Paul Vredeman de Vries (1567-before 1636), who helped him with large commissions, for instance in Danzig; father of Salomon Vredeman de Vries (1556-1604); related subjects: architecture, church interior)
Hans Vredeman de Vries and the Artes mechanicae revisited, 2005: page vii (Vredeman de Vries) page 15 (Vredeman)