1649 ca1700 ca
a Flemish painter, draughtsman and etcher. He known mainly for his landscapes, city, coast and country views and architectural scenes painted in a style reminiscent of earlier Flemish masters such as Jan Brueghel the Elder. Pieter Bout was a very prolific artist who worked in many genres. Most of his works include a landscape element and many are views of cities, villages, ports, beaches or rivers. He further painted Italianate landscapes in the manner of Nicolaes Berchem. His paintings often include lively scenes such as village festivals and people having fun on the ice.
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