Jan van Wechelen was a Flemish artist active in Antwerp between 1530 and 1550. He is known for his landscapes and genre scenes, as well as his collaborations with the painter Cornelis van Dalem. Much of van Wechelen’s work was destroyed during the sixteenth century as a result of war. It enjoyed great popularity in the seventeenth, however, and was collected by the Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens and the art collectors Cornelis van der Geest and Pieter Steven.
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