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Season 161 - Day 14 of 14

Art History

What is the term for a genre of portrait painting that originated in the Dutch Golden Age and is characterized by exaggerated facial expressions and dramatic poses?
These paintings were often created to convey the character or personality of the subject, rather than simply to produce a realistic likeness.
The term comes from the Dutch word for "face."


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