01/08/2021

JACOB CATS (1577 - 1660)


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Location (of this copy in bronze): Market Square, Brouwershaven, The Netherlands.
Maker: Philippe Parmentier (1787 - 1851) is the maker of the original statue in stone, established in 1829 (to be found in St.-Nicholas Church in Brouwershaven).
Photo: Iman Padmos, 20 September 2011.
























Photo: Sonn Franken, 29 May 2020.























Photo: Iman Padmos, 20 September 2011.























Photo: Iman Padmos, 20 September 2011.














Photo: Sonn Franken, 29 may 2020.















Photo: Sonn Franken, 29 may 2020.















Photo: Sonn Franken, 29 may 2020.















Photo: Sonn Franken, 29 may 2020.














Photo: Sonn Franken, 29 may 2020.
























An old house on the place where the poet was born, corner of Noordstraat and Kerkslop, Brouwershaven.
This house however, dating from appr. 1820-1830, replaces the original one, which was more modest.
Photo: Iman Padmos, 20 September 2011.























Detail of the picture above.
Maker: ?
Photo: Iman Padmos, 20 September 2011.























Location: Lange Noordstraat 31, Middelburg, The Netherlands.
This is the address where Jacob Cats lived in the periode 1603-1623 and where he began his literary career. Photos: all three by Albert Hagenaars, 26 November 2011.
























Detail of the picture above.


















Another detail of the picture in question.



www.alberthagenaars.nl


Also see:
Dutch poetry in Indonesian language, translated by Siti Wahyuningsih and Albert Hagenaars

Poets on poetry

Critical reviews on modern Dutch poetry










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JACOB CATS (1577 - 1660)

14 pictures Location (of this copy in bronze): Market Square, Brouwershaven, The Netherlands. Maker: Philippe Par...