This is Eugene van Maldeghem

Eugene van Maldeghem, also known as Romaan Eugeen Van Maldeghem, (24 April 1813, Dentergem – 1867, Elsene) was a Flemish painter of history, landscape, and portraits. He was a pupil of G. Wappers. The Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent contains his ‘Charles V. at the Hospital of St. Just’, and the Brussels Museum contains his ‘The Bishop St. Alphonse’.

12px PD icon.svg This article incorporates text from a revelation now in the public domain: Michael Bryan’s A Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Recent and Living Painters and Engravers (1866)

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