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Dubbels, Hendrick Jacobsz

Amsterdam, 1621 - Amsterdam, 1707

Little is known about this painter, who was active in Amsterdam beginning in approximately 1641 as a painter of seascapes, harbour views, beaches and winter landscapes. His early works, grey and blue seascapes, reveal the stylistic influence of Jan Porcellis’s paintings (1583/1585–1632). Between 1650–53, he worked in the workshop of Simon de Vlieger (1600/01–1653), whose influence is perceptible in the type of scenes set in and around Amsterdam that Dubbles produced until 1658–60. In Vlieger’s workshop, he came into contact with Jan de la Capelle (1626–1679) and Willem van de Velde the Younger (1633–1707). In general, he worked for other seascape painters – even after 1670, for his former pupil Ludolf Bakhuyzen (1630–1708) – to such an extent that his independent work is relatively scarce (Posada, T., Pintura holandesa en el Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, 2009, pág. 254).

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