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Artists who influenced Jan Baptist Weenix
Dutch painter, a pupil of Bloemaert who was in Italy 1642-46 and returned, calling himself "Giovanni Battista", to Holland to paint Italianate landscapes with ruins of ancient buildings and figures in modern dress, very reminiscent of the work of Nicolaes Berchem, who is said to have been his cousin. Later in life he changed his style entirely and painted still-life and some portraits, his ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Jan Baptist Weenix

Rembrandt

Calling of Saint Matthew
(Mauritshuis)

De Kempenaer Family

Gabriel Metsu

Abraham Bloemaert

Dog and Cat Near Disembowelled Deer
(RijksMuseum)

River Passage with Raft
(Montreal Museum of Fine Arts)

Frans van Mieris I

Claes Moeyaert

Dead Partridge
(Mauritshuis)

Hunters Near Ruins
(Cleveland Museum of Art)

Nicolaes Berchem

Bonaventura Peeters

Italian Peasants and Ruins
(Detroit Institute of Arts)

Southern Landscape with Shepherds

Jacob Ochtervelt