This article needs additional citations for verification. (March 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Portrait of Isabella Brant by Rubens, c. 1620–1625 (Cleveland Museum of Art)
|Died||15 July 1626 (aged 34)|
|Cause of death||Bubonic plague|
|Spouse(s)||Peter Paul Rubens|
|Children||Clara Rubens, Nikolaas Rubens, Albert Rubens|
|Parent(s)||Jan Brant (father), Clara de Moy (mother)|
She was the eldest daughter of Jan Brant, an important city official in Antwerp, and Clara de Moy, daughter of Hendrik de Moy. Her aunt Marie de Moy was married to Phillipe I Rubens, brother of her future husband. Isabella Brant married the brother of her uncle Peter Paul on 3 October 1609 in St. Michael's Abbey, Antwerp. They had three children: Clara, Nicolaas, Lord of Rameyen and Albert. She was 34 years old when she died of the plague.
In 1977, Brant appeared on a postage stamp of Anguilla.
Clara Serena Rubens (1611-1623) - Rubenshuis Antwerp
- ROSINE DE DIJN, "Liefde, leed en passie. De vrouwen van Rubens", Van Halewyck, Leuven, 2009
- “De” Vlaamsche school: algemeen tijdschrift voor kunsten en letteren / Buschmann, 1863
- Liedtke , Walter A. (1984). Flemish paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ISBN 0870993569. (see index).
- Media related to Isabella Brant at Wikimedia Commons
|This Belgian biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|