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Artists who influenced Bartholomeus Breenbergh
Dutch painter, with Poelenburgh the leading pioneer of the taste for Italianate landscapes in the Netherlands. Breenbergh spent most of the 1620s in Italy and thereafter worked in Amsterdam. His style as a painter is very similar to Poelenburgh's, his biblical and mythological characters set in well-balanced views of the Roman Campagna, often complete with classical ruins. His drawings are muc ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Bartholomeus Breenbergh

Cornelis van Poelenburgh

Preaching of Saint John Baptist
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Stoning of Saint Stephen
(Getty Museum)

Claude Lorrain

Pieter Lastman

Roman Ruin with Ancient Sculpture
(Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum)

Venus Mourning Death of Adonis
(Fogg Museum)

Salvator Rosa

Adam Elsheimer

Moses and Aaron Changing Rivers of Egypt to Blood
(Getty Museum)

Italian Landscape
(Mauritshuis)

Antoni Goubau

Paul Bril

Finding of Infant Moses by Pharaoh's Daughter
(National Gallery)

View of Italian Town
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Jan de Bisschop