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Artists who influenced Aert van der Neer
Aert van der Neer, or Aernout or Artus, was a landscape painter of the Dutch Golden Age, specializing in small night scenes lit only by moonlight and fires, and snowy winter landscapes, both often looking down a canal or river. He was a contemporary of Albert Cuyp and Meindert Hobbema, and like the latter he lived and died in comparative obscurity. Recent research by René van Dijk of the Gorinchem ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Aert van der Neer

Esaias van de Velde

Winter Scene with Figures Playing Kolf
(Norton Simon Museum)

Winter Landscape with Figures in Snowstorm

Meindert Hobbema

Roelandt Savery

River View by Moonlight
(RijksMuseum)

Landscape at Sunset
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Eglon van der Neer

Pieter de Molyn

Village Scene with Frozen River
(Worcester Art Museum)

Frozen River with Footbridge
(Los Angeles County Museum)

Joseph Wright of Derby

Hendrick Avercamp

Riverscape in Winter
(RijksMuseum)

Scene on Ice
(Museum Bredius)

Anthonie van Borssom