Landscape with a Cart Crossing a River
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Lucas van Uden ( Antwerp 1595 - Antwerp 1672 )
Lucas van Uden was a Flemish painter, draughtsman and engraver. He was the son of Artus van Uden (b 1544), town painter of Antwerp, and grandson of Pieter van Uden, founder of a noted tapestry and silk factory in the city. Lucas was probably trained by his father and in 1626–7 was enrolled in the Antwerp Guild of St Luke as a ‘master’s son’. On 14 February 1627 he married Anna van Woelput. On 31 December 1649 he was registered as no longer living in the city, so for a period in 1650 he must have lived elsewhere.