|Born||Johan Hendrik Louis Meijer|
9 March 1809
Amsterdam, Kingdom of Holland
|Died||31 March 1866 (aged 57)|
Johan Hendrik Louis Meijer (9 March 1809 – 31 March 1866) was a Dutch painter, etcher, lithographer, and draftsman. He painted in the Romantic tradition and is best known for his seascapes.
Meijer was born in Amsterdam in the Kingdom of Holland, present-day Netherlands. He studied under George Pieter Westenberg and Jan Willem Pieneman, and lived in Deventer, from 1841 in Paris and then in The Hague. Matthijs Maris was a pupil of Meijer's, beginning in 1854. Meijer died at the age of 57, in Utrecht in the Netherlands.
Storm in the Strait of Dover
Baron Hendrik Merkus de Kock's fleet conquering Palembang, Sumatra, on 24 June 1821
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