(the) Laughing Cavalier

The Laughing Cavalier [The Laughing Cavalier]
a well-known painting by the Dutch painter Frans Hals (c. 1580–1666) showing a smiling man. It was painted in 1624 and became one of the most popular pictures in Britain. It is now in the ↑Wallace Collection.

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