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|Pieter de Hooch||Wiki Detail||Pieter de Hooch (, also spelled "Hoogh" or "Hooghe") (baptized December 20, 1629 ? 1684) was a genre painter during the Dutch Golden Age.|
|Gerrit de Hooch||Wiki Detail||Gerrit de Hooch was a 17th-century Dutch painter of italianate landscapes, who lived and worked in The Hague (the Netherlands).|
|Dirck Cornelis de Hooch||Wiki Detail||Dirk Cornelis de Hooch (The Hague 1613-Kaliningrad 1651) was a 17th-century Dutch portrait painter, who lived and worked in The Hague (the Netherlands).|