Creator:Joos de Momper (II)

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Joos de Momper (II) (1564–1635) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q560548
Joos de Momper (II)
Alternative names Joos de Momper the Younger, Joos DeMomper,
Jodocus de Momper (II), Joes de Momper (II),
Joeys de Momper (II), Joost de Momper (II),
Josse de Momper (II)

Flemish painter and draughtsman

Landscape painter, specialist of ;en;aerial perspective.
Date of birth/death 5 February 1635
Location of birth/death Antwerp Antwerp
Work period from 1581 until 1635
Work location Antwerp
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