By GOVERT FLINK, an eminent Dutch Historical and Portrait Painter, born in 1572, and died in 1616, aged 44; he was a disciple of Lambert Jacobs, under whom he made great proficiency. After quitting this Master, he went to Amsterdam and entered the School of Rembrandt, where he became so captivated with the excellence of that great artist, that he adopted his style altogether. He excelled in imitating the manner of Rembrandt, and many of his paintings are sold at this day for other work of that Master. [P. 11.]
Exhibition of Oil Paintings by the Old Masters. Printed by A.E. Miller, No. 4. Broad-street. Charleston, S.C.