(after 1650-before 1702)

Born in Haarlem, son of the painter Gillis Rombouts (1630-c. 1678), with whom he may first have studied. He was admitted to the Haarlem guild in 1678. A landscape painter, his work reflects the Haarlem landscapes of Ruisdael and more particularly of Cornelis Decker (1625-78). He was in Florence in 1690.

Travellers On A Path

oil on panel
50 x 70 cm
Signed with monogramm



Landscape with a Farm

(H) 45.5cm, (W) 57cm

Landscape with river and bridge

Signed under centre Rombouts.

Oil on wood 35,5 x 41cm.


Beach near Leipzig