Jan Aelbertsz Riethoorn

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Jan Aelbertsz Riethoorn (1620 – 1669), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.


He lived in Haarlem, where he joined the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke in 1646 and became a pupil of Cornelis Visscher.[1] Later he became the teacher of Abraham de Ridder, who made a portrait of him in 1690.[1][2] No works survive.


  1. ^ a b Jan Aelbertsz Riethoorn in the RKD
  2. ^ An Abraham de Ridder (1668-1738) is known to have made portraits and lived in Haarlem, but he was too young to have been Riethoorn's pupil.