A·dri·aen [ah-dree-ahn], /ˈɑ driˌɑn/, 1606?–38, Flemish painter.
Luit·zen Eg·ber·tus Jan [loit-suhn ekh-ber-tuhs yahn], /ˈlɔɪt sən ɛxˈbɛr təs yɑn/, 1881–1966, Dutch mathematician and philosopher.
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How to use Brouwer in a sentence
Born and died at Haerlem, he painted country scenes in the style of Steen and Brouwer.
A Dutch friend of mine, by name Brouwer, killed a boa twenty-two feet long with a pair of stag's horns in his mouth.Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton
It was the first street to be laid with cobble-stones , and so came by its name, which originally had been Brouwer Street.Nooks and Corners of Old New York | Charles Hemstreet
He also engraved in mezzotinto after Brouwer, Schalken, and others.
Like Brouwer, Ostade wandered about the towns and country, finding his models in the taverns and cottages.The Standard Galleries - Holland | Esther Singleton