Terbrugghen

Terbrugghen

(ˈtøbruˌɡən)
n
(Biography) Hendrik. 1588–1629, Dutch painter of the Utrecht school, who specialized in religious subjects, for example the Incredulity of St Thomas and the Calling of St Matthew
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He was interested in art in all its forms, and had written the definitive books on Terbrugghen, Georges de La Tour, and the followers of Caravaggio.
Hendrick Terbrugghen once traversed the St Gotthards Pass on foot.
Discovering that the Crudfixion had been placed in a storage area, where it lay covered in bits of broken plaster, Foxell prudently brought the canvas to Sotheby's, where it was identified as a Terbrugghen and sold to the Met for 15,000 [pounds sterling].