Barent Dircksz (b. ca. 1488)
Barent Dircksz (also called Doove Barent), a Dutch painter, who made six large panels for the old town hall in Amsterdam, representing the revolt of the Anabaptists (Wederdooper-oproer) in this city 10-11 May 1535. These pictures were moved to the new town hall in 1655, but shortly after vanished without a trace. A sketch of the pictures is found in the Library of the University of Göttingen, Germany.
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