16561711, Dec 18
a Flemish artist and maker of musical instruments. His baroque paintings show a clear influence of Italian masters like Giordano, Maratta, Barocci and southern Dutch painters like Rubens, Van Dyck and Boekhorst. His daughter, Anna Deyster, born in 1696, also became a painter and maker of musical instruments. Deyster was born in 1656 in Bruges. He was a scholar of Jan Maes, a respectable artist of that city. He spent the years from 1682 to 1688 in Italy, and when he returned to his native Bruges he brought with him a flamboyant Roman Baroque style. He was of a deeply religious temper and his character was reflected in his choice of subjects.
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