a Flemish still life painter who specialized in flower pieces and garlands. He was successful as a painter in Antwerp but moved to Brussels after 1695 to respond to the significant demand for his work there. He became a member of the Brussels Guild of Saint Luke in 1699. He obtained commissions from the governor of the Southern Netherlands whose palaces in Brussels he decorated. He returned to Antwerp in 1710 as a wealthy man. He had problems with the local Guild of Saint Luke as he refused to join it.
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