24 facts about Anselm van Hulle

Anselm van Hulle or Anselmus van Hulle (Gent, 1601 – 1674/1694) was a Flemish painter mainly of portraits whose works were extremely prized at the Northern European Courts. He was court painter to the Prince of Orange and was one of the few portrait painters who attended the peace negotiations for the Peace of Münster in 1648. Van Hulle received an international reputation by having the portraits he made of the delegates at the negotiations engraved and published.

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