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- Antwerp is the northernmost province of Flanders and of Belgium.
- Antwerp is the second-largest European port, after Rotterdam.
- Antwerp is a rising fashion city, and has produced designers such as the Antwerp Six.
- ANTWERP (240), a large fortified trading city in Belgium, on the Scheldt, 50 m.
- Antwerp, the temporary capital of Belgium, was at this time invested, but not yet besieged, by the German army.
- The Antwerp artist de Crayer later became court painter to the archduke in Brussels.
- Minderhout, who almost certainly visited Italy, was an Antwerp artist and the last great Flemish painter of marine subjects.
- Adriaen Brouwer (1605, Oudenaarde - January 1638, Antwerp) was a Flemish genre painter active in Flanders and the Dutch Republic in the seventeenth century.
- Paavo Nurmi´s first Olympic Games were in Antwerp 1920 in which he won three Gold medals but he was about to beat this record four years later in Paris.
- The king's second son, Lionel of Antwerp, attempted to subdue by force the largely autonomous Anglo-Irish lords in Ireland.
- In 1983, several villages - including Berchem - were absorbed by Greater Antwerp.
- The tramway networks in Antwerp and Ghent are also metre gauge.
- After World War II, Antwerp and Ghent experienced a fast expansion of the chemical and petroleum industries.
- After World War II, Ghent and Antwerp experienced a fast expansion of the chemical and petroleum industries.
- Flemish landscapes (particularly from Antwerp) of the 16th century first served as an example.
- In 1587, Ambrosius Bosschaert moved from Antwerp to Middelburg with his family because of the threat of religious persecution.
- Christoffel van Berghe (the mysterious C.V.B.) was active in Middelburg and has a similar painting exhibited in the Mayer van den Bergh Museum in Antwerp.
- He started his career in Antwerp, but spend most of it in Middelburg (1593-1613), where he became dean of the painters' guild.
- This is less true of the works of Jan Davidszoon de Heem (16061684), an important figure who spent much of his career based over the border in Antwerp.
- This style developed in the Dutch Republic, and was brought to Antwerp by Jan Davidsz de Heem.
- By the seventeenth-century, however, Antwerp was the main city for innovative artistic production, largely due to the presence of Rubens.
- He was an important and proficient landscape painter who worked with Rubens and other masters in Antwerp.
- Hals was born in Antwerp, Belgium, and probably trained by the Dutch painter Karel van Mander.
- Radio Centraal is a Belgian "underground" radio station in the old city center of Antwerp.
- The year 2004 turned out to be an injury hampered season for the Belgian who managed only two titles in Antwerp and Paris.
- Netherlandish painter, active in his native Amsterdam and in Antwerp.
- The Spanish Fury at Antwerp caused general consternation in the Netherlands.
- In 1576 Spanish troops attacked and pillaged Antwerp, over three days that came to be known as " The Spanish Fury ".
- The world's largest canal lock is the Berendrecht Lock and can be found in Antwerp, Belgium.
- Pieter Aertsen was a Netherlandish painter active in his native Amsterdam and in Antwerp.
- Pieter Aertsen was born in Amsterdam but spent most of his productive years in Antwerp.
- Perhaps the greatest craftsmen were the Ruckers family of Antwerp (late 16th17th cent).
- The Flemish school based in Antwerp was led by the Ruckers family.
- The territory was reorganised in the départements of Deux-Nèthes (present province of Antwerp) and Dyle (the later province of Brabant).
- For centuries the westernmost part of Deurne, on the border of Greater Antwerp, Borgerhout became an independent municipality on 13 June 1836.
- Most famous are "The Antwerp Six", six designers all of whom graduated from the Academy in the early eighties.
- He may have studied in Bruges before joining the Antwerp guild in 1503.
- In 1598, at the age of 21, he was accorded the rank of master painter of the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke.
- This distinction in literature is also made by some experts, such as Kris Humbeeck, professor in Literature of the University of Antwerp here.
- Pieter Aertsen was a Dutch painter who had a workshop in Antwerp for several years.
- Ice hockey made its Olympic debut at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
- She made her debut on the international scene in 1986, with a show in London, together with the other five members of the so-called "Antwerp Six".
- This category includes football (soccer) players who participated in the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
- This category includes rowers at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
- Like many, Hals' family fled during the Fall of Antwerp (1584-1585) from the Spanish Netherlands to Haarlem, where he lived for the remainder of his life.
- After the fall of Antwerp, many artists and craftsmen migrated to Haarlem and received commissions from the Haarlem council to decorate the city hall.
- Art historians on the other hand have rarely studied painting in two decades between the Iconoclasm (1566) and the Fall of Antwerp (1585).
- It is mostly flat and includes well known cities like Antwerp, Ghent and Bruges.
- The group also cancelled their second planned concert in Antwerp, Belgium on October 9, 2007, as Sting suffered from pharyngitis.
- In the winter of 1885-1886 Van Gogh attended the art academy of Antwerp, Belgium.
- Gerard de Jode (1509 – 1591) was a cartographer, engraver and publisher who lived and worked in Antwerp during the 16th century.
- He is only one of three Canadians to win an Olympic medal in the men's 400m freestyle, earning bronze at Antwerp.
- In 1920 he played for the United States Olympic Team which won the silver medal at Antwerp, Belgium.
- Antwerp was not a "free" city though, since it had been reabsorbed into the duchy of Brabant in 1406 and was controlled from Brussels.
- Because of the contribution of the Flemish exiles to this transformation, the exodus is sometimes described as " creating a new Antwerp ".
- In 1906, Braque traveled with Friesz to L'Estaque, to Antwerp, and home to Le Havre to paint.
- Wealthy French people prefer Brussels, while most Dutch millionaires have elected Antwerp as their home.
- In the following years, he also produced paintings for the Austrian court, and worked independently in Paris, before returning to Antwerp in 1657.
- Returning to Antwerp in 1540, he opened a large school and enjoyed the patronage of William of Orange and of many Flemish and Spanish notables.
- She won a bronze medal in 4 x 100 m freestyle relay at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp along with Aina Berg, Emily Machnow and Jane Gylling.
- Overall, ice hockey in the Olympic Games dates back to 1920, when the tournament was part of the Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
- In 1870 Fort Merksem and the redoubts of Berendrecht and Oorderen were built for the defence of the area to be inundated north of Antwerp.
- While he was a canon of the cathedral of Antwerp, he was called to Rome by Innocent IX and made an assistant librarian of the Vatican Library.
- In 1368, he may have attended the wedding of Lionel of Antwerp to Violante, daughter of Galeazzo II Visconti, in Milan.
- Hubert Lampo (Antwerp, September 1, 1920 — July 12, 2006) was a Belgian writer, one of the founders of magic realism in Flanders.
- The Calvinists took some of the large cities, Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, and held them in a state of terror.
- He was also a prolific draughtsman, especially during the first half of the 1580s, when the Calvinists were in power in Antwerp.
- Most Lutherans were to be found inthe towns of Antwerp, Amsterdam, Woerden, Bodegraven, Bruges and in the province of Groningen.
- Clijsters returned to competition in Antwerp, losing to Venus Williams.
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