16141681, Nov 11
a German still life painter active in Utrecht during the Dutch Golden Age. Attracted by the high prices for flower still life paintings, Marrel studied from 1632-1650 with Jan Davidszoon de Heem in Utrecht, before returning to Frankfurt. In 1665 Marrel returned to Germany, attending the wedding of his step-daughter in Nuremberg and in Frankfurt establishing a school of his own in flower painting.
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Maria Sibylla Merian
...received her artistic training from her stepfather, Jacob Marrel, a student of the still life painter Georg Flegel....
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