1567 ca1632 ca
a Flemish painter and draughtsman known for his landscapes. He left Flanders to work for the court of Emperor Rudolf II in Prague. The circulation of prints made after a series of romantic Bohemian landscape drawings by Stevens and other artists had an important influence on the development of Flemish and Dutch landscape art in the 17th century.
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04/15/1594-Fleming Pieter Stevens II appointed royal painter of Rudolf II in Prague 
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