| Hendrik Verschuring|| Willem Verschuring|
| 1690, Dordrecht, Netherlands|Hendrik Verschuring Wikipedia
Hendrik Verschuring (1627–1690) was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter from Gorinchem who often decorated his landscapes with soldiers on horseback.
His father was a hopman, which is a Dutch term for a flag bearer of a schutterij. When his son seemed to have more interest in art than in military matters, he was sent to learn drawing from a portrait painter, Dirck Govertsz, at the young age of eight. At thirteen he became the pupil of Jan Both where he stayed six years, until he left Utrecht for a trip to Rome. He made drawings of all the places he stayed, especially new buildings or items of interest. His work was in demand in Venice, so he stayed in Italy for ten years. On his return journey in Paris, he met Joan Huydecoper, the son of the Mayor (burgermeester) of Maarseveen, who was on his Grand Tour to Italy and who persuaded him to be his guide. He again spent three more years in Italy and returned finally to Gorinchem in 1662, where he continued to paint soldiers on horseback in natural landscapes.
According to the RKD he was the teacher of his son Willem Verschuring and Mattheus Wijtmans, and became a member of the Gorinchem city council in 1672.Paintings by Verschuring in the Louvre 
Cavalry attacking a Fortified Place, 1677, National Gallery, London 
The Dogcart, Museum Bredius, The Hague 
The Forecourt: Figures and Horses by Town Gate, Mercer Art Gallery 
Fight for the flag, Dorotheum,