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Blommaert, or Bloemaert, the name of a Flemish family distinguished in the arts of painting and engraving. Abraham Blommaert flourished as a landscape painter from 1565 to 1647. His son Cornelius established himself in Paris in 1630, and executed the plates for Marolle's Temple des Muses, besides several fine reproductions of works of A. Carracci and Rubens. He established a school of French engravers.