(b. ca. 1605, d. 1690, Den Haag)


Arnold (also Arent or Arnaud) van Ravesteyn, Dutch painter, son of the painter Anthonie van Ravesteyn (c. 1580-1669). He probably studied with his father. He was active in The Hague between 1626 and 1639. In 1639 he was in Haarlem where he became member of the guild. From 1640 he was again in The Hague where he became member of the guild and in 1656 he co-founded the Confrerie (Brotherhood) Pictura.

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