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a Dutch Golden Age painter. He spent most of his career working in Haarlem, where he was for many years dean of the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke. Jan de Bray was influenced by his father, Bartholomeus van der Helst, and Frans Hals. De Bray's works are mainly portraits, often of groups. He specialised in historical allegories. Among his finest works are two versions of the Banquet of Cleopatra, using his own family, including himself, as models.
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