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Anthony van Dyck

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A teenage prodigy and student of Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck became England’s leading court artist, painting numerous portraits of King Charles I, the royal family, and the royal circle. Van Dyck’s work would help to define the art of portraiture for centuries to come.

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