1593 ca1678, Jun 30
a Flemish Baroque painter who specialized in still lifes and animal and hunting scenes. De Vos enjoyed the patronage of influential aristocrats in Spain such as the marquis the Leganes, head of the Council of Flanders in Madrid and Philippe-Charles, 3rd Count of Arenberg, then residing in Madrid. He often signed his paintings but never dated them which makes it difficult to establish a precise chronology. He painted scenes of pantries, quarrelling dogs, bird concerts and animal fights.
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