12 facts about Jan Frans van Dael

Jan Frans van Dael or Jean-François van Dael (27 May 1764 – 20 March 1840) was a Flemish painter and lithographer specializing in yet lifes of flowers and fruit. He had a booming career in Paris where his patrons included the Empresses of Empire France as skillfully as the kings of Restoration France. His discharge duty stands in the Flemish and Dutch tradition of flower painting taking into account a self-disciplined composition and attention to detail to which he supplementary a French-inspired decorative monumentality.

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