Verbruggen (or Terbruggen), Henry
Verbruggen (or Terbruggen), Henry a Dutch painter, was born at Utrecht in 1588. He first studied under Abraham Bloemaert, and then went to Italy, where he studied ten years at Rome and Naples. He acquired considerable reputation there, and executed several works for the churches, one of the best of which was a Depositions from the Cross, in one of the churches of Naples. He afterwards went to Holland and settled at Middelburg. He was admired by Rubens. He died at Utrecht in 1629. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.