Jan van Cleve (III)

Jan van Cleve (III) or Jan van Cleef (III) (6 January 1646 18 December 1716) was a Dutch-born Flemish painter who is known for his altarpieces, allegorical pictures and mythological scenes.[1] He worked in Brussels at the beginning of his career and later moved to Ghent.[2]

Apollo and Daphne

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