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Artists who influenced Bartholomeus van Bassen
Van Bassen was an architect to the courts of Orange and Bohemia, he had a reputation as one of the most important architectural painter of the first half of the seventeenth century. Nothing is known about his training. The first known document related to him is his registration with the Guild of St Luke in Delft in 1613. By 1624 he was a member of the guild at The Hague, of which he became dean in ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Bartholomeus van Bassen

Pieter Neeffs

Tomb of William Silent in Imaginary Church
(Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest)

Return of Prodigal Son
(Detroit Institute of Arts)

Pieter Saenredam

Hendrick van Steenwijk II

Company in Interior

King and Queen of Bohemia Dining in Public
(Royal Collection)

Hendrick van Vliet

Hans Vredeman de Vries

Interior of Saint Cunerakerk, Rhenen
(National Gallery)

Interior of Church

Dirck van Delen

Johannes van Londerseel

Interior of Church
(Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum)

Renaissance Interior with Banqueters
(North Carolina Museum of Art)

Gerrit Houckgeest