1534, Dec 161593, Nov 20
a Flemish painter who migrated to the Dutch Republic. He is known for his landscapes, allegorical and biblical scenes, and genre paintings in a Northern Mannerist style. Because Bol’s watercolors became so widely reproduced, he began creating miniatures on parchment. The technique earned him many international clients and a good income. In addition, Bol produced oil paintings, illuminated manuscripts, drawings, and engravings. He created landscapes, mythological, allegorical and biblical scenes, and genre paintings.
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