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Artists who influenced Jan Asselijn
Dutch Italianate landscape painter. Probably a pupil of Esaias van de Velde but whose style was formed on the Arcadian landscapes of Claude Lorrain, and on the Roman Campagna: hence his work resembles that of Berchem, Both and Dujardin. He spent about ten years in Italy c.1634-44. He specialized in real and imaginary scenes of the Roman Campagna, his most famous painting, however, is not a landsca ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Jan Asselijn

Claude Lorrain

Threatened Swan
(RijksMuseum)

Italian Winter Scene
(Worcester Art Museum)

Jan van der Heyden

Esaias van de Velde

River Landscape with Fort Saint-Jean, Lyon

Waterside Ruin in Italy
(RijksMuseum)

Jacob van Ruisdael

Jan Both

Italinate Landscape with Ruined Tower
(Morgan Library)

Italian Landscape with Ruins of Roman Bridge and Aqueduct
(RijksMuseum)

Nicolaes Berchem

Pieter van Laer

View of Ponte Molle, Rome
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Mediterranean Coastal View
(Audley End House)

Karel Dujardin