1620 ca1660 ca
a Flemish painter and draughtsman mainly known for his equestrian and battle scenes as well as his genre and landscape paintings. He was probably responsible for the compositions depicting military camps, cavalry and military convoys and battles signed L.D. HONDT. These paintings are reminiscent of the manner of David Teniers the Younger. In his military scenes he often used a sketchy technique. His paintings often depict horses and cavalry. He also painted village scenes (such as the The Vegetable Vendor), hunting scenes (such as A Hunting Scene) and landscapes.
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