(1625 - 1682)
Hieronymus Galle was active/lived in Flemish. Hieronymus Galle is known for painting.
Biography Hieronymus Galle
Born in Antwerp in 1625, Hieronymus Galle became a pupil of Abraham Hack
in 1636 and a master in the local guild when he was twenty. In 1661,
Galle sojourned in Rome for a year, but is recorded back in Antwerp,
where he died, in 1679.
Dated works by the artist from 1650 to 1667
survived, allowing for a reconstruction of the painter's distinct
stylistic development as he moved away from the example of Jan Brueghel
and Daniel Seghers and began to embrace the work of Italian artists like
Paolo Porpora and Michelangelo de Campidoglio, even modifying his
signature from "HIERONIMO GALLE f' to the more Italianate
'GIROLIMO GALLE'. In Rome Galle also came into contact with the art of
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