1590 ca1655 ca
a Dutch Golden Age painter. De Vries was born in Rotterdam. He made a grand tour and traveled to Southern France (and possibly Italy) in the 1620s. After his return north, he later made several trips to Paris and Antwerp. In 1632-1633 he made a portrait of the regents of the city orphanage in Amsterdam that is still installed on the wall for which it was designed in the regent's room. He became a member of the Confrerie Pictura in 1644, and is known for portraits and landscapes. He painted several wedding portraits in which the man is situated on the left and the woman on the right.
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