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Artists who influenced Cornelis van Poelenburgh
Cornelis van Poelenburgh, was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter. Though his birthplace is unknown, a signed document survives in Utrecht where he is listed as six years old and the son of Simon van Poelenburch, a Catholic canon in Utrecht. He initially trained with Abraham Bloemaert, and his earliest signed paintings are from 1620. He traveled to Rome where he was influenced by Adam Elsheimer a ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Cornelis van Poelenburgh

Abraham Bloemaert

Nymph and Shepherd in Landscape
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Amaryllis Giving Prize to Myrtill
(Gemäldegalerie)

Nicolaes Berchem

Adam Elsheimer

Rest on Flight to Egypt
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Rest on Flight to Egypt
(Fogg Museum)

Aelbert Cuyp

Paul Bril

Figures Dancing near Ruin
(Detroit Institute of Arts)

Feast of Gods
(Wadsworth Atheneum)

Herman Saftleven the Younger

Jacob Matham

Annunciation
(Kunsthistorisches)

View of Campo Vaccino
(Musee du Louvre)

Leonard Bramer