1625 ca1689, Nov 12
a Dutch painter and illustrator from the period of the Golden Age. De Verwer was the son and pupil of Abraham de Verwer and followed him in style and theme. He produced primarily marine art. From 1651 to 1656 he was employed by the East India Company and was for that reason traveled to the East Indies. Then he settled in Amsterdam, where he married Fijtje Caspers in 1659.
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