NameSalomon van Ruysdael
  • Function/TitleKonstnär
  • DatingLevnadstid: 1600-1670, Nederland, Haarlem
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According to Arnold Houbraken he was the son of a woodworker specialized in making fancy ebony frames for mirrors and paintings.[2] His father sent his sons Jacob and Salomon to learn Latin and medicine, and they both became landscape painters, specialized in ruis-daal, or trickling water through a dale, after their name.[2] Jacob was registered with the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke and signed his paintings, while Salomon signed them much less often and was not a member for several years.[2] Houbraken wrote that Salomon invented a way of creating sculpted ornaments that when they were polished, looked like polished marble.[2] These were quite popular as a decoration on chests and picture frames, until the secret of their manufacture was discovered and widely copied.[2]

Houbraken confused the members of the Ruysdael family. According to the Netherlands Institute for Art History (Dutch abbreviation, RKD), Salomon was the brother of Isaack van Ruisdael, who before they move, Titel: mästare