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Hendrick Goltzius
Hendrick Goltzius Hendrick Goltzius

Hendrick Goltzius (Brüggen, 1558 – Haarlem, 1617) was a German-born Dutch painter, print artist and draughtsman. He worked in Haarlem from 1577 until his death, but also travelled to several European cities.

Together with Karel van Mander and Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem, Hendrick Goltzius was responsible for the introduction of Dutch Mannerism, a style known for its human figures with elongated and twisted bodies and small heads. In addition to a large number of portraits, he also painted landscapes and historical scenes, and he was famous for his detailed engravings. Jan Salomonsz de Bray and Pieter de Grebber were among his students.

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1558, Mühlbracht

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1617, Haarlem

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