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Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem
Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem

Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem (Haarlem, 1562 – Haarlem, 1638) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and draughtsman from North-Holland. He started an apprenticeship in his hometown at an early age with Pieter Pietersz, who took him under his wing. Not long after that he left for Antwerp, where he became a pupil of Gilles Goignet . He also taught a number of artists himself, including Salomon de Bray.

Together with Karel van Mander and Hendrick Goltzius, Cornelis van Haarlem founded the Haarlem Academy. These artists introduced Dutch Mannerism, a style known for its human figures with elongated and twisted bodies and small heads. His work varied from mythological and Biblical subjects to (group) portraits.

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1562, Haarlem


1638, Haarlem


1562, Born

The Wedding of Peleus and Thetis

Banquet of Members of the Haarlem Calivermen Civic Guard

A Monk and a Nun


1638, Died

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