Cuyp, Albert (1620–91) Dutch painter, son and pupil of Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp (1612–52). His father was a genre painter much influenced by Rembrandt. Albert is regarded as one of the greatest Dutch landscape painters. His calm, colourful river scenes and landscapes with cows use glowing light effects.
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