a Flemish still life painter who specialized in flower pieces and garlands. Gualterus Gysaerts was born in Antwerp as the nephew (or maybe the cousin) of David Teniers the Younger. He was a pupil of Philip Fruytiers. He became a master in the local Guild of Saint Luke in 1670. He mainly painted still lifes of flowers in vases and paintings with garlands in the style of the Flemish monk painter Daniel Seghers. He generally signed with F.G. Gysaerts and later with F.G. Gysaerts Min.F. Gysaerts collaborated with other painters particularly in the production of garland paintings.
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