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Life of ADAM FRANS VAN DER MEULEN


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  Flemish painter and tapestry designer. He moved to Paris in 1664, became an assistant to Le Brun and was made one of Louis XIV court painters, specializing in military scenes. He accompanied the king on his campaigns, and his paintings and designs for Gobelins tapestries are accurate historical documents of the battles which they represent. His work of this type is well represented in Versailles. He also made much less grandiose pictures of such subjects as hunting parties and landscapes.
  
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The Army of Louis XIV in front of Tournai in 1667
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The Surrender of Cambrai
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The New Château at Saint-Germain-en-Laye
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Crossing the Rhine
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Construction of the Château de Versailles
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