Jindřich de Veerle
|(died in 1690)||Painter|
He came from Linz to Český Krumlov in 1669 and became a painter at the court of Johann Christian I. von Eggenberg. He painted vedutas of the Eggenbergs\' towns and seats, portraits, maps, theatre decorations for the Český Krumlov theatre and wall-paintings. His paintings in Kratochvíle castle, Vimperk and Seftenberg in Austria have been preserved. The most famous of his wall-paintings are the Schwarzenberg and Eggenberg coats-of-arms situated above the entrance to the living wing of the former minorite monastery in Český Krumlov.