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Caesar van Everdingen was a Dutch painter. He was active in Alkmaar, the province of Embden. He was also a patron to other artists, and executed commissions in Amersfoort, Haarlem, The Hague, Halfweg, and Rotterdam. 

He moved to Haarlem where he met Jacob van Campen, a local architect and artist. The pair moved to Alkmaar in 1632, where he studied painting under Jan Gerritsz van Bronckhorst. In 1642, he became a member of the guild of Alkmaar. He moved to Haarlem, where he assisted Jacob van Campen with the decoration of the Oranje Zaal. In 1648, he returned to his hometown of Alkmaar and married Helena van Oosthoorn. The couple had no children, and died in Alkmaar in 1658.

Caesar van Everdingen's early life was filled with events that changed his life. He married a woman he met at an art show and travelled to Italy. The two met in Italy, where he was commissioned to design the interior of the Huis ten Bosch. He also painted a portrait of the Dutch King William III. This portrait was exhibited at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam.

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