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Romeyn de Hooghe (ca. Sep 8 1645, AmsterdamJun 10 1708, Haarlem) was an important and prolific late Dutch Baroque engraver and caricaturist.

De Hooghe was skilled as an etcher, draughtsman, painter, sculptor and medalist. He is best known for political caricatures of Louis XIV and propagandistic prints supporting William of Orange. During his career, de Hooghe produced over 3500 prints. He also illustrated books, and his illustrations can be found in some of the most important texts of his period.[1] The Hieroglyphica of Merkbeelden der oude volkeren (1735) was a well known emblem book and sourcebook for classical mythology and its iconography.



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