Salomon Jacobsz. van Ruysdael - Gezicht op Alkmaar
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Salomon van Ruysdael was a Dutch painter who lived between 1600 and 1670. He was born in Naarden, the Netherlands, and was the nephew of the famous landscape painter Jacob van Ruisdael. Salomon is known for his realistic and atmospheric landscapes, often depicting scenes from the Dutch countryside. His paintings are characterised by their attention to detail, particularly in the rendering of light and shadow. Salomon's work influenced many other Dutch landscape painters, including his nephew Jacob and the artist Aelbert Cuyp. Some of his most famous works include 'River Landscape with Ferry' and 'View of Deventer Seen from the North-West'.