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Theodoor van Hoytema, a Dutch painter, lithographer and designer, was born in The Hague He made many watercolours and drawings of plants and animals, which clearly reveal his appreciation for Japanese prints: he often outlined the separate areas of flat color with ink, in imitation of such prints, and he could describe the characteristic attitudes of animals with a masterly economy of line. One of his works is "Two Arabian Vultures". -1863