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Van Der Helst

Bartholomeus van der Helst (1613-1670) was a Dutch Baroque painter who was one of the leading portraitists of Amsterdam in the mid-17th century. Van der Helst's flattering portraits employing Anthony Van Dyck's style were more appealing than Rembrandt's dark and introspective work, and made him the most popular portrait painter in Amsterdam, replacing Rembrandt as Amsterdam's most fashionable portrait painter in the mid-1640s.  Some of Rembrandt's pupils adopted His style instead of their master's.

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