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Lutma, Janus, the Elder, 1584?-1669

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Personal name headingLutma, Janus, the Elder, 1584?-1669
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Variant(s)Lutma, Janus, I, 1584?-1669
Lutma, Janus, de Oude, 1584?-1669
Lutma, Janus, der Ältere, 1584?-1669
Lutma, I., the Elder, 1584?-1669
Lutma, Johannes, the Elder, 1584?-1669
Lutma, Jan, the Elder, 1584?-1669
Lutma, Joannes, the Elder, 1584?-1669
Associated placeParis (France)
Birth date1584?
Death date[..1669-01-29]
Place of birthEmden (Germany)
Place of deathAmsterdam (Netherlands)
Field of activitySilverwork Goldwork Engraving Art objects, Baroque
Profession or occupationSilversmiths Goldsmiths Engravers
Found inMosyn, Michael. Verscheijde constige vindingen om in gout, silver, hout en steen te wercken, between 1651 and 1653?: unnumbered print (title page) (naer d'inventien van ... I. Lutma ... ) plate 8 (nae d'inventie van Johannes Lutma) plate 9 (Poederdoos naer d'inventie van Johannes Lutma)
Kramm, Christiaan. De levens en werken der Hollandsche en Vlaamsche kunstschilders, beeldhouwers, graveurs en bouwmeesters, 1857-1864 (Lutma (Joannes or Janus) de Oude)
Wurzbach, Alfred von. Niederländisches Künstler-Lexikon, 1906-1911 (Lutma: Jan (Janus) Lutma I, goldsmith and engraver from Embden, born 1588, buried Jan. 29, 1669, Amsterdam)
Thieme-Becker (Lutma, Janus (Jan, Joannes, Johannes), d[er] Ä[ltere], born 1584?, Emden, died 1629 (buried Jan. 29), Amsterdam; 1615 in Paris; settled 1621 in Amsterdam; friend of Rembrandt; member of the guild; master's sign: a heart)
Hollstein's Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings, and woodcuts ca. 1450-1700, 1949-2010: v. 11, page 110 (Janus Lutma the Elder, born 1584?, Emden; 1615 in Paris; settled 1621 in Amsterdam; friend of Rembrandt; died 1669 at Amsterdam)
Oxford Art Online/Grove Art Online, Sept. 12, 2014 (Johannes Lutma (i); Johannes (Jan; Janus; Joannes) Lutma (i); born Emden (now in Germany), ?1584; died Amsterdam, buried 29 Jan. 1669; silver- and goldsmith and possible engraver; after a period spent in Paris approximately 1615, established himself in Amsterdam in 1621; friend of Rembrandt; known for his ornaments in "auricular" style; his ornamental designs were published in 4 series of prints, mostly by his sons Jacob and Johannes)
RKDartists&, Sept. 12, 2014 (Johannes Lutma (I); goldsmith, silversmith, printmaker, draughtsman; name variant: Lutma, Jan (I); Lutma, Janus (I); Lutma, Joannes (I); born Emden (probably) 1584; died Amsterdam Jan. 1601, buried Jan. 29, 1601; father of Johannes Lutma II and Jacob Lutma)
Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, Sept. 12, 2014 (Lutma, Janus (1584); further names: Lutma, Johannes (1584); Lutma, Joannes (1584); Lutma, Jan; Lutma, Joannes (der Ältere); Lutma, Johannes; Lutma, Johannes (1); Lutma, Joannes (den Oude); Lutma, Hannes; silversmith, goldsmith; born 1584, Emden; died before 1669.01.29, Amsterdam)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek/German National Library, Sept. 12, 2014 (Lutma, Janus; variant names: Lutma, Joannes, der Ältere; Lutma, Johann; Lutma, Johannes, der Ältere; Lutma, J.; Lutma, Jan, der Ältere; Lutma, Ioannes; Lutma, Janus, der Ältere; Lutma, Johannes; Lutma, Joannes; Lutma, Janus; Lutma, Jan de Oude; life dates: 1584-1669 (birth year questionable; also cited as: 1587, 1588); Dutch silversmith)
VIAF, Sept. 12, 2014: VIAF ID: 15600944 (Lutma, Janus 1584-1669: German National Library; Lutma, Joannes (Joannes), 1587-1669: National Library of the Netherlands; Lutma, Johannes, 1587-1669?: Sudoc, France; Lutma, Johannes: Wikipedia (en)) VIAF ID: 95792045 (Lutma, Janus, the elder (Dutch silversmith, ca.1584-1669): ULAN)
Wikipedia, Sept. 12, 2014 (Johannes Lutma; Janus, or Johannes Lutma the elder (Emden, ca. 1584-Amsterdam, January 1669); Dutch silversmith)
Dutch Wikipedia, Sept. 12, 2014 (Johannes Lutma; Johannes Lutma de oudere (Emden, ca. 1584-Amsterdam, January 1669); Dutch silversmith)