Cornelius Galle the Younger

Cornelius Galle (bapt. 23 February 1615, Antwerp – 18 October 1678, Antwerp), also called Cornelius Galle the Younger, was the grandson of Philip Galle and, like his father Cornelius Galle the Elder, and his grandfather, an engraver.[1] Cornelius the Younger is most notable for his engravings of works by Peter Paul Rubens.[2]


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