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Adam-Franz van der Meulen (1632-1690 ) was a Flemish Baroque painter specialising in battle scenes.[2] He was active first in Brussels, where he was a pupil of was pupil of Pieter Snayers, and from the 1660s onwards in Paris. He is best represented by the series of twenty-three paintings, mostly executed for Louis XIV, now in the Louvre. They show that he always retained his Flemish predilections in point of color, although his style was modified by that of the French school.   more from wikipedia »