8 Oct 2008-25 Jan 2009. This comprehensive exhibition is dedicated to Anthony Van Dyck and traces the key phases of his career as a master portrait painter. Van Dyck began as a disciple of Rubens, was then inspired by the Italian School and the work of Titian. He later became the court painter of King Charles I of England and is famous for his paintings of the English Royal Family which captivated the English aristocracy and led to the creation of a magnificent series of portraits of many of Europe
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Van Dyck, European Portrait Painter.
Musée Jacquemart-André. 158, Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, tel. 0033-1-45621159. Mon-Sun 10.00-18.00.