Here are all the paintings of Jan Philip van Thielen 01
Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z
Garland of flowers surrounding cherub in grisaille
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 122 x 95 cm (48 x 37.4 in)
Garland of flowers surrounding Christ figure in grisaille
Medium oil on copper
Dimensions 121 x 91.5 cm (47.6 x 36 in)
Roses and a Tulip in a Glass Vase.
Oil on panel
32 x 23.4 cm (12.6 x 9.21 in)
Jan Philip van Thielen
(Mechelen, 1618 - Mechelin, 1667) was a Flemish Baroque painter who specialized in flowers.
Van Thielen was the son of a minor nobleman and eventually assumed the title of Lord of Couwenberch. In 1631 or 1632 he began studying at the age of thirteen with his future brother-in-law, the history painter Theodoor Rombouts (1597-1637), and in 1641 he commenced his studies with the flower painter Daniel Seghers (1590-1661). According to Houbraken (who mistakenly wrote his birth year as 1681 instead of 1618), his reputation during his lifetime was such that he received patronage from the Spanish crown,