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Jan Wyck (also Jan Wiyck or Jan Wick) (29 October 1652 – 17 May 1702) was a Dutch baroque painter, best known for his works on military subjects. There are still over 150 of his works known to be in existence.

In an era when French artists dominated the genre, the arrival of Wyck and other Dutch and Flemish artists in Great Britain from 1660 onwards provided the catalyst for the development of military and naval art in Britain. Like other painters from the Low Countries such as Dirk Maas, Peter Tillemans and William van de Velde, Wyck moved to England and worked there throughout his life, often under royal patronage, producing many fine works of battle paintings, portraits, hunting scenes and landscapes as well as advancing the development of British art through teaching.

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Follower of Jan Wyck Italianate Landscape with Town and Waterfall

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Attributed to Jan Wyck A Fortified Village in a Rocky Landscape

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Attributed to Jan Wyck A Rocky Landscape with Bridge and Cottage

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Italianate Landscape with Town and Waterfall, date not known

Rica Jones , Joyce H. Townsend and Kate Stonor

By Follower of Jan Wyck

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