Alexander van Bredael (1663-1720)

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For all your Van Bredael artworks you need a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) in order to sell, to insure or to donate for a tax deduction.

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The Ommegang in Antwerp at the Meir 1689

The Ommegang in Antwerp at the Meir, 1689

Alexander van Bredael was a 17th century Flemish painter, and father of Jan Frans van Bredael. He primarily painted city scenes of Antwerp, Belgium and was a great inspiration his son Jan Frans and his work. Today his paintings are housed in fine collections all over Europe, and perhaps in your own home. Still wondering about a 17th century Flemish painting in your family estate? Contact us…it could be by Alexander van Bredael.