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Belgische kunstschilder Jef Louis Van Leemputten

Van Leemputten Jef Louis

Jef Louis Van Leemputten, or Joseph Louis Van Leemputten, was a painter born in Werchter in 1865 and died there in 1948. He was the son of Jean-Baptiste Van Leemputten. He followed his training with C. Verlat. He participated in the preparatory competition for the Prize of Rome in 1886 and 1889. He preferred historical war scenes, among other things, but also painted scenes with animals. He worked in Antwerp for some time. Exhibited at the “Exhibition” organized by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts in Antwerp in 1898. From the press: “This master is best known for his works in which animals, especially chicken and sheep, are the main theme so that many of his canvases show us a shepherd or a farmyard." (PIRON)
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