He was baptized on the 23rd October of 1652 in Prague - 27th September 1702 in Prague, written also Eichel, Aychel, Aeuchl. He was a Czech mason of the Italian origin. He was born to Antonin Aichel and Kristyna Ostova in Stare Mesto (Old Town) and the significant Italian architect Carlo Lurago was his godfather during christening in the Church of St Jacob, further Santini de Bossi, Giovanni Battista Ceresol and Matej Valkoun, the assessor of the Supreme Burgrave's in the Prague's Castle. He grew up in Stare Mesto (Old Town) when he was also skilled a mason within the local guild, which meant the professional and social rise compared to his father's bricklayer's work. During his apprenticeship, he probably got acquainted with his whole-life friend Adamem Kulichem, the later mason master. He cooperated with him in realization of number of significant historical monuments. He obtained work in Prague's Hradcany where he also moved due to work - he lived in one of the small houses behind the Jeleni prikop (Deer's Moat). He married Alzbeta Thimova (20th January 1701) on the 27th October 1675 and had his oldest son Jan Blazej with her and the daughter Alzbeta (Elisabeth) (baptized on the 25th September 1678) and František Jakub. He became a townsman of Mala Strana in the year 1680 and bought the house U tri hvezd (At the Three Stars) in Pohorelec in 1686. He died untimely in the year 1702.
He was baptized on 28th April 1680 in Prague - 1709). He was a Czech mason of the Italian origin. He was born as the youngest child in a reputable family of the Prague's mason Santin and he was baptized in the Cathedral of St Vitus. He also got trained a mason in order to be able to undertake his father's workshop instead of the oldest Jan Blazej who did not have physical prerequisite for the masonry stone-cutting work. He worked together with his father at the new-town Jesuit College in 1702. In the same year, after his father's death, he took his father's name to his last name. His brother abandoned him his share of money from the father's inheritance so as to enable him to profess the stone-cutting craft, but Jan withdrew from the joint craft in 1704, by reason of the Frantisek's wastefulness.
Antonin came of the townelt Roveredo ashore the today Italian Lake of Lugano. Roveredo is situated in the Southern Tyrol, which belonged to Austria by the end of the World War I. During Antonin's life, the town had the German name Aichel, which he attached to his first name in the Czech lands. He came to Prague in the 30th of the 17th century in order to addict to the masonry craft. On the 6th November of 1635, he married Kristyna Ostova from Pilsen in the small-town parish Church of St Wenceslas. His witnesses were Santini de Bossi, Melchior Meer, the architekt Carlo Lurago and Matej Valkoun - the associate justice of the highest burgrave office in the Prague's Castle.
(1655 Goslar Germany - 1702 Prague) was an imperial and royal painter, custodian and supervisor of the picture gallery in the Prague's Castle. Schröder did not abound in creativeness but he went down to history as the teacher of the two geniuses - Petr Brandl as well as Jan Blazej Santini-Aichel studied painting by Schröder. Schröder had not been member of the painting guild yet when he had trained Brandl and had not had the right of the full professor. Brandl was the eighth student who did not finish the training by him. Schröder entered the guild only in the year 1694. Today, not one autonomous painting work can be ascribed to Schröder for a certainty. After the Schröder's death, Santini married his daughter Veronika Alzbeta in 1707.
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