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[[David Vinckboons]] (Mechelen 1576 - Amsterdam 1633) was a Flemish-born painter, active in Amsterdam. He painted '''Landscapes and Genre Scenes''' and is a transitional figure between the '''decorative and imaginative Mannerist Tradition and the more Naturalistic Style''', associated with 17th-century '''Dutch Painting'''. His early genre pictures depicting village festivals reveal the influence of [[Pieter Bruegel]] and David Vinckboons is credited with introducing some of his motifs into Holland. It has been asserted that Vinckboons's works can always be identified by the presence of a ''finch (vink) in a tree (boom)'', but the painstalking student usually discovers that the bird has flown.
 
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