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Francken, Frans II
The Seven Acts of Charity

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Francken, Frans II The Seven Acts of Charity
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Francken, Frans II

b. 1581, Antwerpen, d. 1642, Antwerpen Painter, son of Frans Francken I. Of all the members of the Francken family, Frans II is the most important and still the most widely known. There are paintings by him in all large public collections in Europe. Besides altarpieces and painted furniture panels, he produced mainly small cabinet pictures with historical, mythological or allegorical themes. Frans II's rank as an artist is not so much derived from his extensive output as from his innovative subject-matter: his depictions of luxuriously decorated Kunstkammern and art galleries   Related Paintings of Francken, Frans II :. | An Antique Dealer's Gallery | The Seven Acts of Charity | The Triumph of Neptune and Amphitrite | Madonna and Child in a Landscape | An Antique Dealer-s Gallery |
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