Abraham Storck (1644 - 1708) was a Dutch Baroque Era landscape and maritime painter.
Its prolific production of fashionable harbour scenes and topographical views required the employment of assistants, and this contributed to an uneven quality in his works. Other artists had significant influence on him. He seems to have learned the detailed portrayal of ships from the van de Veldes and modelled some of his battle and winter scenes on Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraten. 
Dutch whalers near Spitsbergen.