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Artists who influenced Cornelis de Vos
Flemish portrait painter in Antwerp who occasionally worked for Rubens; some of his portraits have been mistaken for those of Rubens or van Dyck. He also painted large historical and allegorical works. There are examples in Antwerp, Berlin, Birmingham, Brussels, London (Wallace Collection), Madrid, Munich, Philadelphia (Museum), San Francisco (Legion of Honor), Vienna, York and elsewhere. His brot ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Cornelis de Vos

Peter Rubens

Elisabeth Vekemans as Young Girl
(Museum Mayer van den Bergh)

Triumph of Bacchus
(Prado)

Paul de Vos

Anthony van Dyck

Anthony Reyniers and Family
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Family Portrait
(Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp)

Jan Cossiers

Frans Snyders

Family of Artist
(Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent)

Portrait of a Man
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Simon de Vos

Marten de Vos

Lady and Daughter
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Magdalena and Jan-Baptist de Vos
(Gemäldegalerie)

Wilhelm Leibl