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a Dutch Golden Age architect and writer. He was active as an architect in England and Germany, before working on an almshouse for the city council of Nijmegen in 1640. Just as Hubertus Quellinus had done for the city hall in 1665, Bosboom published a small instructional booklet on architecture with engravings after Vincenzo Scamozzi entitled "Cort onderwys van de Vyf Colommen"; or Short instruction on the five columns (Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan, Composite). His book earned him an honorary place in Cornelis de Bie's book of artists.
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