Carel Lodewijk Dake 1857-1918.
Dake lived and died in Amsterdam, the capital of The Netherlands. He was a painter, a drawing artist, etcher and reproduction graphics artist. In 1890 he was honored with the position of master teacher at the “Rijksacademie” in Amsterdam. He made a lot of etches after Rembrandt and Rubens, as a reproduction artist.
He had his education in Amsterdam at the “Rijksacademie van Beeldende kunsten” and the “Koninklijke academie voor schone kunsten” in Antwerp, Belgium.
Later he became a member of “Arti et Amicitae” in Amsterdam and “Kunstgezelschap M.A.B” a society for fine arts in Amsterdam.
Source: Scheen 1969-1970 en 1981 p.