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Born on 14 August 1502: Pieter I Coecke van Aelst,  Flemish painter who died in 1550. 
    Netherlandish painter, architect, sculptor, designer of tapestries and stained glass, writer and publisher. A student of Bernard van Orley, he entered the Antwerp Guild in 1527. Some time before then he had been to Rome and in 1533 he visited Constantinople. His mission to gain business there for the Brussels tapestry works was unsuccessful, but the drawings he made on his journey were later published by his widow Mayken Verhulst as woodcut illustrations in Les Moeurs et Façons de Faire des Turcs (1553). He ran a large workshop and was regarded as one of the leading Antwerp painters of his day, but his work is fairly run-of-the-mill and he is generally more important for his publishing activities. Like his paintings, his books are saturated in Italian influence and the translation of the architectural treatise of Sebastiano Serlio that he issued from 1539 played a large part in spreading Renaissance ideas in the Netherlands (it was from the Dutch edition, too, rather than from the Italian original, that the English translation of 1611 was made). Pieter Bruegel the Elder was his son-in-law, and, according to van Mander, his student, but there is no trace of Coecke's influence in his work.

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