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1587, Dec1631, Oct 11
a Flemish painter who was known for his small, usually imaginary landscapes in an Italianate style. His work mainly depicts imaginary landscapes with forests, often with waterfalls, rocks, ruins, architecture and small human figures. According to the early Dutch biographer Arnold Houbraken, Martin Ryckaert’s work was similar to that of the Antwerp painter Joos de Momper.
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