||Huysmans, Cornelis (Flemish painter, 1648-1727)
||Huysmans, the son of an architect, was born in Antwerp, training in Brussels and Antwerp. In 1675, he became a Master of the Corporation of Brussels. In 1682 he moved to Mechelen, and in 1702 he returned to Antwerp and was made a master of the corporation in 1706 and 1707. He travelled and worked in England, and possibly Italy. He was influenced by the work of Jacques d'Arthois. He used autumnal colours; browns and golds.
Objects by Huysmans, Cornelis (Flemish painter, 1648-1727)