Hans Goderis
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Hans Goderis
Two ships leaving the harbour, with Hoorn in the background, Westfries Museum

Hans Goderis (1595/1600, Haarlem – 1656/1659, Haarlem) was a Dutch Golden Age painter.


Goderis was the son of Joris Goderis and Marijntgen Lijbaerts.[1] He is first mentioned along with Cornelis Verbeeck in the book Harlemias by Theodorus Schrevelius as choosing marine painting.[2][3] Goderis painted primarily marine and seascape works.[4] According to the RKD, he was the pupil of Jan Porcellis.[4]


  1. ^ Hans Goderis at the University of Amsterdam's ECARTICO website.
  2. ^ Harlemias page 389
  3. ^ (in Dutch) Joh. Goderis mentioned in De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en schilderessen (1718) by Arnold Houbraken, courtesy of the Digital library for Dutch literature
  4. ^ a b Hans Goderis in the RKD

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