Arnold Marc Gorter
- Category : Painter
- Type : GP
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Triple Split
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Identification 2
Arnold Marc Gorter (1866, Almelo – 1933, Amsterdam), was a 19th-century landscape painter from the Northern Netherlands.
According to the RKD he was a pupil of August Allebé and Pierre Cuypers at the Rijksnormaalschool voor Teekenonderwijzers in Amsterdam in 1888, and the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten there in (1889-1891). He was a member of the Pulchri studio and Arti et Amicitiae. A president of the artists' association Arti et Amicitiae, he was a favorite of the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina.
Gorter is known for landscapes and won a gold medal at the Paris salon in 1910. In 1922 he accompanied Wilhelmina of the Netherlands on a trip to Norway as her painting teacher. Other less famous pupils of Gorter were Marinus Bies, Carel Lodewijk Dake, his niece Hinke Gorter, Maria Elisabeth van Hengel, Albertus Gerhard Hulshoff Pol, Johan Meijer(1885-1970), Leendert Johan Muller, and Henri van Os-Delhez.