ould enjoy equally a▓ Beethoven sonata and a Chopin noctur▓ne.Without the exuberant imag▓ination and the universality of his teacher, Van● Dyck possesses, none the less, a personality ▓of
his own, shining with a light of its own;● he is one of the psychologists among the ●painters.
Another psychologist, though not w▓ith delicate hands, but sturdy a▓nd creative, with
exuberant genius, is Fran●z Hals, who is represented here by ▓four strikingly lifelike portraits.Of ●him, too, nothing more need be said, thoug●h one may add he is a splendid ▓fellow.
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