Salomon (de) Koninck (1609- buried August 1656) was a Dutch painter of genre scenes and portraits and engraver.
Koninck was born in Amsterdam, the son of a goldsmith, originally from Antwerp, and was a nephew of Philips de Koninck. Salomon became a pupil of Pieter Lastman, David Colijns, Franois Venants and Claes Corneliszoon Moeyaert. From 1630 he was a member of the Sint Lucasgilde. He moved in the circles of Rembrandt and the academy of Hendrick van Uylenburgh, making many copies of Rembrandt's compositions. His paintings have a warm colour palette and include 'the philosopher'.
He married a daughter of Adriaen van Nieulandt and later a sister of Antonie van Stralen. He died in Amsterdam.