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Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom
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Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom (Haarlem, 1562/1563 – Haarlem, 1640) was a Dutch Golden Age painter, designer, draughtsman and print artist from North-Holland. In his younger years he travelled via Northern and Southern Netherlands to a number of European cities, such as Livorno, Rome, Turin, Lyon and Paris, among others. It is supposed he was in the service of Cardinal Ferdinando de Medici in Rome for two years. While there, he met Paul Bril, to whom he was probably briefly apprenticed.

Once back in Haarlem, Hendrick Vroom specialised in designing maritime scenes, such as sea battles. These were then used for glasswork or tapestries. He was one of the first to also paint such themes, which made him very successful.

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1591/1592, Haarlem

Died

1661, Haarlem

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1591/1592, Born

View of Haarlem from the Noorder Buiten Spaarne

The arrival of Frederik V of the Palantine and Elizabeth Stuart in Flushing on 29 April 1613

1661, Died

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