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van de Velde

/ (ˌvæn də ˈvɛldə) /
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noun

Adriaen. 1636–72, Dutch painter of landscapes with animals and figures
his uncle, Esaias. ?1591–1630, Dutch landscape and genre painter, noted for such works as The Winter Scene (1623)
Henry. 1863–1957, Belgian architect and designer, who introduced the British Arts and Crafts movement to the Continent and helped to develop the Art Nouveau style
Willem, known as the Elder: father of Adriaen van de Velde. 1611–93, Dutch marine painter, working in England as court painter to Charles II
his son, Willem, known as the Younger. 1633–1707, Dutch marine painter, working in England as court painter to Charles II

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