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Sir Anthony van Dyck
(1599 - 1641)

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1599 Born 21 March in Antwerp
1606 Mother dies
1609 Apprenticeship at the studio of Hendrick Van Balen
1613 Transfers to the workshop of Peter Paul Rubens
1618 Accepted as a full member of the Lucas Guild of painters
1620 Takes a post at the court of King James VI & I in London
1621 Moves to Italy - he will stay here for 6 years
1630 Court painter to the Archduchess Isabella
1632 Charles I's invitation to return to London as court painter, Anthony accepts and is knighted and awarded an annuity
1639 Marries Mary Ruthven
1641 Dies 9 December in London
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