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   Vredeman de Vries
   Jan / Hans
   J. V. d V. ; Hans Frisian / I. Vredeman Friso / Iohanne Vredemanno Frisio / Johannes Friesen / Johan Frieß / Jean Vredman ;
   
   painter Paul (1567-1617), who later lived in Hamburg: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Vredeman_de_Vries
   1527 in Leeuwaarden,Dutch Friesland,now Netherland
   1607
   Antwerpen, then Spanish Netherlands, now Belgium
   
   J.V. de J.'s other son, Salomon Vredeman de Vries (1556-1604) was also an architectural draughtsmen and painte
   trained as a painter in Amsterdam, but became interested in architecture, studies of Vitruv & Serlio in Kampen & Mechelen
   Netherlands
   Perspective, TheHague&Leiden 1604-05 (w. 49+24 persp.copper engr.), Reprint New York 1968; Architectura Das ist: Bauw-kunst, Amsterdam 1638; Architectura 3e stuck De Oorden Tuschana, Antwerpen 1578; Den Boeck, Ghemaect Opde 2 Colomnen Dorica En Ionica, 1565; Variae architecturae formae, 1601
   Duke of Alba in Antwerp; Herzog Julius von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel; Rudolph II, Prague 1596; Prince Maurice of Nassau, Stadhold of Holland & Zeelan
   engraver and publisher -> Henricus Hondius on "Perspective", The Hague & Leiden 1604-05 ; with his two sons ;
   architectural, mathematical, optical, perspectival, and technical drawing, painting, and engraving
   www.bildindex.de/?+pkunstler:vries%20+pkunstler:hans%20+pkunstler:vredeman%20+pkunstler:de#|home
   var. links at de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Vredeman_de_Vries ; www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/vredeman_de_vries_hans.html
   AKL ; Introd. by Adolf K. Placzek to J. V. de V.: Perspective (New York 1968) ; "V. e V., H.". Winkler Prins encyclopedia (8 ed.): 1975 ; Piet Lombaerde: V. de V. & "Artes Mechanicae" revisited (2005) ;
   Architet-painter-engraver, active in Dutch Friesland, then until 1570 in Antwerp as city architect & fortification expert; constructs Grachten in Wolffenbüttel;also workd as architect in German lands, tried top form a painter's guild in Danzig; since 1601 back in the Netherlands.
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