Abraham van Cuylenborch

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Abraham van Cuylenborch
Born1620
Died22 November 1658
NationalityNetherlands

Abraham van Cuylenborch or Cuylenberg; Cuylenburgh (1620 – 1658) was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter.

A Tomb in a Grotto, 1641

Cuylenborch was born in Utrecht and is known for landscapes with grottoes, in the manner of Cornelis van Poelenburgh.[1]

Cuylenborch died in Utrecht.

Works[edit]

  • A tomb in a Grotto, oil on panel, 41 x 33.6 cm, 1641, Glasgow Museums
  • Landscape with Bacchus and the nymphs, oil on panel, 58 x 72 cm, c. 1645, Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Grotto with figures, oil on panel, 32.6 x 40.3 cm, 1645-1650, Fitzwilliam Museum
  • Diana bathing, oil on panel, 59 x 70 cm, 1646, Galleria Borghese

References[edit]

  1. ^ Abraham van Cuylenborch in the RKD