(b. ca. 1652, Haarlem, d. ca. 1702, Italy)
Dutch painter, son of the painter Gillis Rombouts, with whom he may first have studied. He was admitted to the Haarlem guild in 1678. A landscape painter, his work reflects (and sometimes imitates) the Haarlem landscapes of Ruisdael and more particularly of Cornelis Decker (1625-78). He was in Florence in 1690.