PAINTER

Adam Frans van der Meulen

1632 - 1690

Adam Frans van der Meulen

Adam Frans van der Meulen or Adam-François van der Meulen (11 January 1632 – 15 October 1690) was a Flemish painter and draughtsman who was particularly known for his scenes of military campaigns and conquests. Van der Meulen also painted portraits, hunting scenes, paintings of chateaux and landscapes. He created designs for prints and cartoons for tapestries.He worked in the service of the French king Louis XIV of France for whom he painted his victories, his new possessions and portraits. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Adam Frans van der Meulen has received more than 28,256 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 730th most popular painter.

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Among PAINTERS

Among painters, Adam Frans van der Meulen ranks 729 out of 1,258Before him are Ogata Kōrin, Eugène Carrière, Mihály Munkácsy, Vanessa Bell, Ambrosius Benson, and Vasily Polenov. After him are Andrea Appiani, George Maciunas, Jacob Philipp Hackert, Johann Froben, Bartolomeo Vivarini, and Per Kirkeby.

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Among people born in 1632, Adam Frans van der Meulen ranks 12Before him are Christopher Wren, Samuel von Pufendorf, Jean Mabillon, Maria Leopoldine of Austria, Francis Hyacinth, Duke of Savoy, and Michael I Apafi. After him are Rahman Baba and Feodosia Morozova. Among people deceased in 1690, Adam Frans van der Meulen ranks 10Before him are Philip William, Elector Palatine, David Teniers the Younger, Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria, Abraham Brueghel, Abraham van Beijeren, and Michael I Apafi. After him are Domenico Gabrielli, Frederick Schomberg, 1st Duke of Schomberg, and Giovanni Legrenzi.

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