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DIJCK Abraham van (b. ca. 1635, Amsterdam, d. 1672, Amsterdam) Nationality : Dutch

Abraham van Dijck (Dyck), Dutch painter and draughtsman. He is thought to have been a pupil of Rembrandt in Amsterdam c. 1650. There is no documentary evidence for this, but his earliest dated painting, the Presentation in the Temple (1655; private collection), shows that he had certainly seen examples of Rembrandt's work. He was an eclectic artist. This is evident from two versions of Elijah and the Widow of Zarephath; one (1655-60; Copenhagen, Statens Museum for Kunst) is painted in horizontal format in the style of Barent Fabritius, while the other (1655-60; private collection) features large half-length figures in the manner of Nicolaes Maes.

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