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Swiss, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 15 August 1666, in Sursee; died 1740.

Painter, glass painter. Religious subjects, genre scenes. Glass painting.

He was the most distinguished member of his family, and examples of his work - generally subjects taken from history or the Old Testament - are not uncommon. He also painted genre scenes....


French, 18th century, male.

Active from 1742 to 1786.

Painter. Mythological subjects, religious subjects, portraits. Glass painting.

A glass painter of the name of P. Jouffroy exhibited in London from 1765 to 1767 at the Free Society and the Society of Artists, and this may be the same artist as Pierre Jouffroy of Pontarlier. He worked about ...


Dutch, 18th century, male.

Died 1703Buried 27 December in Haarlem.

Painter. Church interiors.

Isaak van Nickele was probably a pupil of P. J. Saenredam. He entered the guild in Haarlem in 1660, where he was a glassmaker in the factory. He was a member of the civil guard in 1689. He was commissioned by the burgomasters to paint the church of St Bavo in Haarlem for a lottery. He taught his son Jan Nickele....


Swiss, 17th – 18th century, male.

Active in Sursee.

Born 1637; died 1712.

Glass painter.

Hans Jost was the son of Heinrich Tschupp. He painted a series of stained glass windows for the religious house at Eschenbach.

Frankfurt am Main: several stained-glass windows

Lucerne: several stained-glass windows...


British, 18th century, male.

Born 1708, in Howick; died 1776, in Worcester.

Painter, engraver (etching), stained glass painter.

John Wall was also a chemist and a physicist. He painted predominantly religious subjects and worked for the Worcester Porcelain Manufactory.