Renée Keuller was a Belgian artist born in Schaarbeek in 1899 and died in Antwerp in 1981. She was a painter and draftsman. Daughter of Vital Keuller. Spent her childhood in Ostend. Got advice and support from J. Ensor. During the First World War she stayed with her parents in Great Britain. Created landscapes, still lifes, nudes and especially portraits, among others of the queens Astrid and Fabiola and of King Baudouin. Work in the Museum in Ostend. Her gravestone is located at the Antwerp cemetery Schoonselhof. Source: Paul Piron, The Belgian Visual Artists from the 19th to the 21st Century.