The works, selected for this gallery, are chronologically classified into four groups, which figure above. Clicking on one of the groups opens a window where you can go through the works of that period. Beneath each work figures the title, the year of production, the painting technique, the size and the catalogue number. The titles of the works are in French or Dutch. The painting technique is indicated in French, while the size is in centimetres: the first figure refers to the height, the second to the width.
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Translation of the French technical terms
CamaÔeu au bistre: monochrome in bistre
CamaÔeu brun: brown monochrome
Crayon gras: waxed crayon
Crayon gras/sanguine: waxed crayon/sanguine
Encre de Chine: Chinese ink