Category:Dutch Golden Age painters

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Painters active during the period known as the Dutch Golden Age. Dutch Golden Age painting spans a period from roughly 1575-1725, with most of the truly great artistic works being created between 1609 (start of the Twelve Years' Truce) and 1672. Geographically speaking, the Dutch Golden Age was a period of economic prosperity for the Northern Netherlands, experiencing growth centered around the harbor of Amsterdam. Painters in this category roughly includes all the Dutch Baroque painters from the Northern Netherlands. For the Flemish painters from the Southern Netherlands during the seventeenth century, see Category:Flemish Baroque painters.

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