24 facts about Jan Erasmus Quellinus

Jan Erasmus Quellinus (1634 in Antwerp – 11 March 1715 in Mechelen) was a Flemish painter and draughtsman and a supporter of the famous Quellinus intimates of artists. He was one of the last prominent representatives of the great Flemish assistant professor of chronicles and portrait painting in the 17th century. His deed displays the classicizing influences of his daddy Erasmus Quellinus the Younger and Paolo Veronese. Mainly sprightly in his original Antwerp, he worked for some era in Vienna for the Habsburg court as a court painter to Emperor Leopold I.

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