Isaac van Duynen (1628 – ca. 1680) was a Dutch Golden Age still life painter.He was a native of Dordrecht, who according to Houbraken was one of the best still life painters of fish. According to J.C. Weyerman he became a member of the Confrerie Pictura in 1665 and was the son of guild member Gerrit van Duynen. He was possibly a pupil of Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp and was also known as Deynen or Duijnen. He travelled to Rome during the years 1651-1657 and is known for fish & fruit still lifes. In 1657 on his return to the Netherlands he settled in The Hague and became a member of the Confrerie in 1665. He was a follower of Pieter van Noort and Jan Davidsz de Heem. His works are sometimes confused with those of Abraham van Beyeren, Alexander Adrianssen, Jan Dirven, Pieter van den Bemden, Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp, and Jan Abel Wassenbergh. He died between December 1679 and February 1681.According to Bryan he went in 1664 to the Hague, where he became a pupil of Van Beyeren, and painted sea and river fish very successfully. Bryan wrote that he died at the Hague in 1688 or 1689. There is a picture of Cod-fish by him in the Lille Museum.