(1595 - 1667)
Cornelis Van Poelenburch was active/lived in Netherlands, Holland. Cornelis Poelenburch is known for small scale landscape with religious figures, allegorical paintings.
Biography Cornelis Poelenburch
Cornelis van Poelenburch was a Dutch painter.
He initially trained with Abraham Bloemaert (1566-1651). He then
travelled to Rome where he was influenced by Adam Elsheimer (1578-1610)
and became a member of the Bentvueghels. Invited to London by Charles I
of England (1600-1649), he soon returned to his native Holland.
Van Poelenburch mostly painted small landscapes with mythical or
religious figures or passages, in a style that would later be evident in
some of the works of Claude Lorrain (1600-1682).
Amongst his pupils were Dirck van der Lisse (1607-1669), François Verwilt (c.1623-1691) and Jan van Haensbergen (1642-1705).
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