Category:Pieter-Frans De Noter
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Pieter-Frans (or Pieter Frans or Pierre Francois) de Noter (Walern 1779 - Gent 1842)
English: Pieter-Frans De Noter, a Flemish painter of landscapes and interiors, was born at Waelhem, near Mechlin, in 1779. He became a professor in the Academy of Ghent and developed into an eminent painter of landscapes, marine subjects, winter scenes, views of the interiors of cities, and cathedrals. His most esteemed pictures are his views of cities and winter scenes; and during the latter part of his career he confined his talents almost exclusively to the representation of such subjects. His pencilling was delicate; and in this respect he may be considered as belonging to the Dutch school. His pictures are numerous and varied, and are to be found in the cabinets of Belgium, Holland, and the north of France. He also engraved a collection of landscapes, several of which are after Hobbema. He died at Ghent in 1842. Amongst his works, which show great minuteness of detail, are:
Nederlands: Pieter-Frans De Noter ( Walem, 23 februari 1779 – Gent, 22 november 1842) (gezegd "de Jonge") was een Belgisch kunstschilder.