The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in His Gallery in Brussels  

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The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in His Gallery in Brussels [1] (c. 1651) is a painting by David Teniers the Younger located at the Kunsthistorisches Museum. Teniers documented the archduke's collection of paintings in this work while he was court painter in Brussels in at least four paintings[2].

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