Dutch painter and draughtsman. In 1642 he was a pupil of Nicolaes Berchem
in Haarlem. His earliest dated painting is from 1645. By 1646 he had become a master of Haarlem s Guild of St Luke, of which he was an overman in 1659-60 and 1677. In 1650-51 he was living in Rome, where he belonged to the second generation of Dutch Italianates. There are two extant drawings dating from this stay in Rome.
Romeijn s oeuvre consists almost solely of Italianate landscapes with cattle, stylistically very much influenced by works of his teacher Berchem.
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