Heiman Dullaart

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Heiman Dullaart
Heiman Dullaart, engraving by Jacobus Houbraken, with poem by Dirk van Hoogstraten.
Born Heiman Dullaart
(1636-02-06)6 February 1636
Died 6 May 1684(1684-05-06) (aged 48)
Nationality Netherlands
Known for Painting
Movement Baroque

Heyman Dullaert or Dullaart (Rotterdam, 6 February 1636 - Rotterdam, 6 May 1684) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and poet.


Trompe-l'oeil by Heyman Dullaert

He was a student of Rembrandt, but was better known for his poetry than for his artwork.[1] His paintings, often trompe-l'oeils, can be seen in the Kröller-Müller Museum.

As a poet he is remembered for his love sonnets Aan myne uitbrandende kaerse and Een korenwanner aan de winden, recently republished in De Nederlandse poëzie van de 17e en 18e eeuw by Gerrit Komrij.


  1. ^ Heiman Dullaart biography in De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en schilderessen (1718) by Arnold Houbraken, courtesy of the Digital library for Dutch literature
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