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a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to Houbraken he was both a cook and a painter, known by the bentname "Zeehaan" (Sea-rooster, or Sea-cock) for going to Rome twice by sea. He lived in Dordrecht "by de Groothoofdspoort, over 't Ossenhoofd". According to the RKD he was a portrait painter who buried a child in 1666 in Dordrecht, which indicated he had settled there. He ran a kitchen for feeding the poor. He was possibly related to Pieter Cornelisz van Slingelandt. No known works survive.
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