17771847, Sep
a Dutch painter. At nineteen he became the family breadwinner, after his father went blind, and he was the first teacher of his younger sister Henriƫtte Geertruida Knip. In 1801 he established himself in Paris, where he accepted commissions for topographical paintings. He also became drawing master to Napoleon III of France. He spent nine years in Paris. At the end of 1809 he went to Rome, where he remained until 1812.
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