Hendrik Keun

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View of Utrecht (Zandbrug bridge (nl) and Morgenster (bastion) (nl) (ca. 1765)
Engraving of the Zijlstraat (Haarlem) (nl), 1768

Hendrik Keun (1738 – 1787), was an 18th-century painter from the Northern Netherlands.


He was born in Haarlem. According to the RKD his cityscapes were inspired by Jan van der Heyden.[1] according to another biographer he was inspired by the Berckheyde brothers. His view of the Zijlstraat in Haarlem was engraved for the city of Haarlem.[2] He died in Haarlem.[1]


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Media related to Hendrik Keun at Wikimedia Commons