1639 ca1689
a Flemish portrait painter who had an international career in Italy and France where he made portraits for prominent patrons. Few details about Voet's early life, training and career have been preserved. Voet specialized in half-length portraits, in which all attention is concentrated on the subject, who emerges from a neutral, dark background. Voet's subjects usually have a reflective expression and very striking, memorable eyes, always large and evocative.
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