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Heinrich Wilhelm Schweickhardt

1746 - 1797

Schweickhardt (or Schweickardt) is known to have been living in The Hague by June 1774, he remained active there until settling in England in 1787. He later exhibited at the Royal Academy and at the Society of Artists. He painted mainly landscapes with cattle and ice scenes. These were usually imitations of Dutch 17th-century artists, especially Cuyp.