a Dutch Golden Age painter, and younger brother of Anthonie Palamedes.His father was a Flemish sculptor who carved semi-precious stone such as Jasper, Porphyry, and Agate into vases and other decorative art. His father had traveled to England in service of King James of Scotland, but after young Palamedes was born the family returned to Delft where the boys grew up. Palamedes primarily painted battle scenes that were mentioned in Cornelis de Bie's Het Gulden Cabinet. His brother became a respected portrait painter. According to the RKD, he was in Antwerp in 1631, but returned to Delft in 1632.
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