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Bol Ferdinand. Dead Game. Fine art postcard A6
Paper Type: Linen, 230 g/m2
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Bol Ferdinand (1616-1680) - Dutch painter, etcher, drawer.
Bol was one of the most talented Rembrandt's pupils. Its picturesque products and etchings were under so steadfast influence of his teachers art style that their long time wrongly attributed to the great master. His best works have been created between 1650 and 1669.

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Canvas art print of Ferdinand Bol pictures

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