Millet, Jean François

Millet or Milé, Jean François both: zhäN fräNswä´ mēlā´ [key], c.1642–1679, French landscape painter, known as Francisque, b. Antwerp. The Arcadian and imaginary Italian landscapes that are attributed to him (e.g., The Storm National Gall., London) are painted in the manner of Gaspard Poussin and may be seen in numerous European galleries. His son, Jean François Millet, 1666–1732, was also a landscape painter.

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