Juriaen Pool

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Self-portrait in allegorical scene for the orphanage. He is shown wearing the traditional orphan clothing with a red jacket and a blue sleeve.
Juriaan and his wife Rachel Pool, engraving from Jan van Gool's Nieuwe Schouburg, 1750

Juriaen Pool (bapt. 17 January 1666, Amsterdam – 6 October 1745, Amsterdam), was an 18th-century painter from the Northern Netherlands best known as the husband of Rachel Ruysch, with whom he had ten children.


According to the RKD he was the son of Jurriaan Pool the elder.[1] He became engaged on 25 July 1693 and on 12 August he married the flower painter Rachel Ruysch in Buiksloot.[1] He became the teacher of the painter Gerhard Jan Palthe.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Juriaen Pool in the RKD

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Media related to Jurriaen Pool at Wikimedia Commons