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. Cornelius the Younger is most notable for his engravings of works by Peter Paul Rubens.
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