Abraham Storck

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The Four Days Battle, 1666, painting by Abraham Storck.

Abraham Storck (or Sturckenburch) (bapt. 17 April 1644 – buried 8 April 1708), was a Dutch landscape and maritime painter of the Baroque era.

Storck was born and died in Amsterdam, and came from a family of painters of the same name. He had a painter's studio in Amsterdam producing naval and harbor scenes as well as landscape paintings. He was influenced by the two Willem van de Veldes (the elder and the younger) and by Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraaten.

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