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  1. Jacob De Witt (September 17, 1785 – March 23, 1859) was a businessman, banker and political figure in Lower Canada and Canada East, Province of Canada (now Quebec). Beginning in the hardware trade, he expanded into steamship transportation on the River St. Lawrence and then banking.

  2. › story › jacob-de-wit-10Jacob de Wit - Rijksmuseum

    13 de jun. de 2024 · Jacob de Wit was a celebrated history painter and specialist in decorative interior painting. With his creative imagination and virtuoso style he became the highest paid painter in Amsterdam, and also enjoyed international renown.

  3. In Johan De Witt. His father, Jacob, was six times burgomaster and for many years sat for the town in the States of Holland. He was a strenuous adherent of the republican or oligarchical States party in opposition to the princes of the House of Orange, who represented the federal principle….

  4. › artists › jacob-de-witJacob de Wit | Artnet

    View Jacob de Wits 570 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available paintings, works on paper, and prints and multiples for sale and learn about the artist.

  5. Jacob de Witt (Dordrecht, 7 februari 1589 – aldaar, 10 januari 1674) stamde uit het Dordtse regentengeslacht De Witt. Hij was de zoon van de houthandelaar Cornelis Fransz de Witt en Johanna Heymans, zijn oudere broer was Andries de Witt.

  6. 9 de mai. de 2024 · Jacob de Wit was a Dutch painter and draftsman who worked primarily in Amsterdam and was known for his Rococo-style ceiling paintings and masterful grisaille works, some of which could still be viewed in the 21st century in their original locations.

  7. Study for Apotheosis of Hercules, c. 1746. Jacob de Wit. Design for a Ceiling: Apotheosis of Callisto or Diana (recto), and Sketch of Figures (verso), 1731. Jacob de Wit. Five Putti at Play, n.d.