Jan Miel: 3 interesting facts

Jan Miel (1599 in Beveren-Waas – 1663 in Turin) was a Flemish painter and engraver who was nimble in Italy. He initially formed allowance of the circle of Dutch and Flemish genre painters in Rome who are referred to as the ‘Bamboccianti’ and were known for their scenes depicting the degrade classes in Rome. He forward-looking developed away from the Bamboccianti style and painted archives subjects in a classicising style.

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He collaborated in the aerate of many artists in Rome and worked in the latter allowance of his career in Turin as the court painter of Charles Emanuel II, the Duke of Savoy.

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