16461726 ca
a Dutch Golden Age painter. After the death of his father, he travelled with his brother Johannes Gottlieb Glauber and the two brothers Van Doren by boat to Paris, where he stayed a year painting for Mr. Picart, an art dealer on the Pont Neuf who was a flower painter from the Low Countries. Then he travelled to Lyon, where he stayed for two years painting for Adriaen van der Kabel. He then travelled to Italy with his brother and two French painters. After 6 months in Rome he joined the Bentvueghels with the nickname Coridon, but since he knew that name had already been given to Van der Cabel, they changed it to Polidoor (after the landscape painter Polidoro da Caravaggio).
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