Arnoldus Johannes Eymer (Amsterdam, June 17, 1803 - Haarlem, January 21, 1863) was a Dutch painter, draftsman, lithographer and watercolorist.
He was born in Amsterdam, where he learned the trade of a broker and later also practiced it. In his spare time he painted.
This changed in 1834, when Arnoldus Johannes decided to devote himself entirely to painting. From 1835 to 1836 he made a study trip to Bad Bentheim and the Harz Mountains in Germany, where he produced landscape paintings. Eymer was a student of Cornelis Steffelaar for some time.
After his study trip Eymer moved to Haarlem, where he lived until his death in 1863.
Arnoldus Eymer's works can be seen in the Frans Hals Museum and Teylers Museum, both in his later residence Haarlem.
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