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During his whole life Drebbel has had close contacts with painters and graphical artists.It all started around 1590 with his training time in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hendrik_Goltzius Hendrick Goltzius] studio. In that period [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelis_van_Haarlem Cornelis Corneliszoon van Haarlem] together with Hendrick Goltzius, his good friend, the painter and writer [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_van_Mander Karel van Mander] and other artists, started an informal drawing school that has become known in art history circles as the Haarlem Academy or "Haarlem Mannerists". Probably this was a very informal grouping, perhaps meeting to draw nude models, and certainly to exchange artistic views.
 
During his whole life Drebbel has had close contacts with painters and graphical artists.It all started around 1590 with his training time in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hendrik_Goltzius Hendrick Goltzius] studio. In that period [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelis_van_Haarlem Cornelis Corneliszoon van Haarlem] together with Hendrick Goltzius, his good friend, the painter and writer [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_van_Mander Karel van Mander] and other artists, started an informal drawing school that has become known in art history circles as the Haarlem Academy or "Haarlem Mannerists". Probably this was a very informal grouping, perhaps meeting to draw nude models, and certainly to exchange artistic views.
As a result of their trips abroad, they were quite familiar indeed with the trends in Italy and elsewhere. Jacob de Gheyn II and Jacob Matham were active students in that period, as well as Claes Jansz Clock and Petrus Overraat. Drebbel must also have met Goltzius' teacher [https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirck_Volkertsz._Coornhert Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert].  
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As a result of their trips abroad, they were quite familiar indeed with the trends in Italy and elsewhere. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_de_Gheyn_II Jacob de Gheyn II] and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Matham Jacob Matham] were active students in that period, as well as Claes Jansz Clock and Petrus Overraat. Drebbel must also have met Goltzius' teacher [https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirck_Volkertsz._Coornhert Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert].  
  
 
Van Manderen was at the origin of three of Drebbel's engravings:  
 
Van Manderen was at the origin of three of Drebbel's engravings:  

Revision as of 08:32, 26 July 2016

During his whole life Drebbel has had close contacts with painters and graphical artists.It all started around 1590 with his training time in Hendrick Goltzius studio. In that period Cornelis Corneliszoon van Haarlem together with Hendrick Goltzius, his good friend, the painter and writer Karel van Mander and other artists, started an informal drawing school that has become known in art history circles as the Haarlem Academy or "Haarlem Mannerists". Probably this was a very informal grouping, perhaps meeting to draw nude models, and certainly to exchange artistic views. As a result of their trips abroad, they were quite familiar indeed with the trends in Italy and elsewhere. Jacob de Gheyn II and Jacob Matham were active students in that period, as well as Claes Jansz Clock and Petrus Overraat. Drebbel must also have met Goltzius' teacher Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert.

Van Manderen was at the origin of three of Drebbel's engravings:

Juno
The Judgement of Solomon
Esther and Ahasverus

Many painters on the other hand have shown interest in his inventions and represented or used it in their works.