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Artists who influenced Pieter de Molyn
When Pieter Molyn moved to Holland is unknown, but he made Haarlem his home for life. He joined Haarlem's guild of Saint Luke in 1616 and served as its dean in 1633, 1638, and 1646. Molijn's early landscape style was strongly influenced by the realism of Esaias van de Velde and his pupil Jan van Goyen, who were both in Haarlem for a short period after Molijn's arrival. Works by Molijn, ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Pieter de Molyn

Jan van Goyen

Winter Landscape with Skaters on River
(Fogg Museum)

Landscape with Cottage and Figures
(Getty Museum)

Gerard ter Borch

Frans Hals

Landscape with Cottage
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Travelers on Country Road
(Fogg Museum)

Jacob van Ruisdael

Esaias van de Velde

Landscape with Open Gate
(National Gallery of Art)

Stop at Inn
(RijksMuseum)

Salomon van Ruysdael

Abraham Bloemaert

Roadside View
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Scene on Ice with Skaters and Wagons
(Getty Museum)

Aert van der Neer