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May 28, 1853–January 22, 1919. Swedish painter.
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Axel Kulle
The return of the prodigal son
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Axel Kulle The return of the prodigal son

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Axel Kulle

painted Den forlorade sonens aterkomst in1882  Related Paintings of Axel Kulle :. | Sacrifice of Noah | King Cophetu and the Beggar Maid (mk09) | St Macaire of Ghent Tending the Plague-Stricken (mk05) | Silver Birch | The Repentant Magdalen |
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Herman Saftleven
(1609 - January 5, 1685 (buried)), was a Dutch painter of the Baroque period. Born in Rotterdam, Saftleven lived most of his life (1632-1685) in Utrecht. His brothers, Cornelis Saftleven (1607-1681) and Abraham Saftleven were both painters. The former was even better known as a painter, specializing in genre scenes, while Herman was known for his landscapes of river scenes as well as of persons traveling through woods. His father, Herman Saftleven I was a painter in Rotterdam, who died by 1627. One of Herman IIes daughters, Sara Saftleven, born in Utrecht after 1633, also became a painter of flowers in watercolors. She married Jacob Adriaensz Broers in 1671. Herman became the dean of the Guild of St Luke in Utrecht. After a storm had destroyed most of the town in the 1670s, he sold the city a series drawings he had made of Utrecht churches before they were destroyed. In the 1680s, he was commissioned by the amateur botanist and horticulturalist Agnes Block, to draw flowers and plants at her country estate near Utrecht. He died in Utrecht.
Henrietta Mary Ada Ward
Historical genre painter.1852-1924
French Baroque Era Painter, ca.1594-1632

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