Vliet, John George Van
Vliet, John George Van a Dutch painter and engraver, was born at Delft in 1610. He was a disciple of Rembrandt, but little is known of his work as a painter. He left about ninety prints, from his own designs, after Rembrandt and after J. Lievens, which are executed in all excellent manner and with good effect. Among his best prints are, after Rembrandt, Lot and his Daughters; the Baptism of the Eunuch; and St. Jerome Praying in a Cavern: —after J. Lievens, Jacob Obtaining his Father's Blessing; Susanna and the Elders; and the Resurrection of Lazarus. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts. s.v.