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Top people from Antwerp: 16th century

16th century listed here.

Top people from Antwerp: 17th and 18th century

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Charles II of England, king in exile in Antwerp (1630–1685) 6867
2 Adriaen Brouwer, painter (1605–1638) 66
3 Jan Lievens, painter (1607–1674) 51
4 Jan Frans Willems, writer (1793–1846) 17
5 Thomas Willeboirts Bosschaert, painter (1613–1656) 8
6 Peter Talbot, Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin (1620–1680) < 5
7 Wenceslas Hollar, Bohemian etcher (1607–1677) < 5
8 Jan Davidszoon de Heem, painter (1606–1684) < 5

Top people from Antwerp: 19th century

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Vincent van Gogh, impressionist painter, lived in Antwerp for about four months (1853–1890) 19480
2 Lawrence Alma-Tadema, painter (1836–1912) 353
3 Walter Osborne, Irish impressionist (1859–1903) 40
4 Jan De Vos, mayor (1844–1923) 29
5 Camille Huysmans, Socialist politician and former Prime Minister of Belgium (1871–1968) 26
6 Neel Doff, writer (1858–1942) 25
7 Henri Alexis Brialmont, military engineer (1821–1903) 24
8 Jules Van Nuffel, musicologist, composer, and expert on religious music (1883–1953) 15
9 De Vriendt brothers, painters (born 1842/43) 8
10 Abraham van der Waeyen Pieterszen, painter (1817–1880) 7

Top people from Antwerp: 20th century

20th century listed here.

Top people from Antwerp: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Jan Mabuse, painter (c. 1478 – 1532) 214
2 Quentin Matsys, Renaissance painter, founder of the Antwerp school (1466–1530) 201
3 Joachim Patinir, landscape and religious painter (c. 1480 – 1524) 96
4 Jacob van Utrecht, painter (c. 1479 – c. 1525) 22
5 Saint Pirmin, monk (c. 670-753) 16
6 Matthaeus Pipelare, composer, choir director, and wind instrument player (c. 1450 – c. 1515) 14
7 Pierre Alamire, music copyist, composer, instrumentalist, mining engineer, merchant, diplomat, and spy (c. 1470 – 1536) 14
8 Lodewyk van Berken, inventor of the scaif (15th century) 13
9 Richard Aertsz, historical painter (1482–1577) 8
10 Johannes Pullois, Franco-Flemish composer (died 1478) 5

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