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WAEL Cornelis de (b. 1592, Antwerpen, d. 1667, Roma) Nationality : Flemish

Painter, draughtsman and dealer, part of a Flemish family of artists and dealers, active in Italy. The brothers Lucas de Wael (1591-1661) and Cornelis de Wael were the sons of the painter Jan Baptist (Hans) de Wael I (1558-1633), from whom they learnt to paint. They both went to Italy c. 1610 and by 1613 had settled in Genoa. There Cornelis founded the Cenacolo Fiammingo, where he trained many young painters. Their circle of expatriate Flemings included Anthony van Dyck, who lived with them for a time and painted a double portrait of them (c. 1627; Rome, Museo Capitolino).

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