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Isaac Sailmaker (born Isaac Zeilmaker in Scheveningen, 1633; died in London on June 28, 1721) was a Dutch marine painter active in Britain. He came to London to work for George Geldorp and later worked for Oliver Cromwell. He is known for paintings of ships and lighthouses. His painting of Eddystone Lighthouse is notable as the structure no longer exists.

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Isaac Sailmaker Landscape

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