Pieter Meert

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Pieter Meert, engraving by Cornelis van Caukercken, published in Het Gulden Cabinet, p 351

Pieter Meert (or Peeter Meerte) (1619–1669) was a Flemish painter of the Baroque period.

He was born at Brussels. According the Gulden Cabinet published by Cornelis De Bie in 1662, Meert was well known as a portrait painter, imitating the style of Van Dyck. He died at Brussels. According to Houbraken he was a good portrait painter whose works hung in various guild halls in Brussels.[1]


  1. ^ Peeter Meert in Arnold Houbraken's Schouburg, Volume 2, page 50