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15581633
a Flemish painter and engraver who mainly painted religious works and landscapes. He became a master in the Guild of St. Luke in 1584 and then travelled to Paris with the painter Jan de Mayer. The principal importance of Jan de Wael lies in his role as a teacher. He trained his sons Cornelis de Wael and Lucas de Wael as painters and engravers. They resided for a long period in Italy where they settled in Genoa.
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