Coenraet Decker

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Coenraet Decker (1650 in Amsterdam – 1685 in Amsterdam), was a Dutch Golden Age engraver.


According to the RKD he had been a pupil of Romeyn de Hooghe and married Aechje Jans in 1673 in Sloterdijk when he was 23.[1] In the 1670s he worked on the map of Delft contract that he won together with Dirk van Bleiswijk, for their work on Bleiswijk's Description of Delft (Dutch: Beschryvinge der stad Delft).[1]


  1. ^ a b Coenraet Decker in the RKD

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