1633, Nov 151690, Apr 16
a Dutch Golden Age painter, whose work mostly consists of watercolour paintings in albums. Most of her work captured her observations of family life and current events. Her work is simple but passionate. Gesina ter Borch was born in Deventer in the Dutch Republic. She was the daughter of Gerard ter Borch the Elder and the half-sister of Gerard ter Borch, who taught her to draw and paint, and who painted her and other members of the family several times. After the loss of her younger brother, Moses, to the Second English War, Gesina's work conveyed her deep sadness. She lived her whole life on the Sassenstraat in Zwolle.
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