Hals


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Hals

 (hälz, häls), Frans 1580?-1666.
Dutch painter of genre scenes and portraits, such as The Laughing Cavalier (1624).

Hals

(Dutch hɑls)
n
(Biography) Frans (frɑns). ?1580–1666, Dutch portrait and genre painter: his works include The Laughing Cavalier (1624)

Hals

(hɑls)

n.
Frans, 1581?–1666, Dutch portrait and genre painter.
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Noun1.Hals - Dutch portrait and genre painter who endowed his portraits with vitality and humor (1580?-1666)
References in classic literature ?
RAY PEARSON and Hal Winters were farm hands em- ployed on a farm three miles north of Winesburg.
In his nature he was as unlike Hal Winters as two men can be unlike.
Hal was a youngster of nineteen or twenty, with a big Colt's revolver and a hunting-knife strapped about him on a belt that fairly bristled with cartridges.
She shook her head decidedly, and Charles and Hal put the last odds and ends on top the mountainous load.
As soon as he was snoring a good regular gait that was likely to last, and had his chin on his breast and looked permanent, Hal Clayton nodded towards the di'monds and then towards the outside door, and I understood.
Hal Clayton dropped off pretty soon, but I didn't; I wasn't ever so wide awake in my life.
I am Hal Vas," said the young man, "son of Vas Kor, of Dusar, a noble in the retinue of Astok, Prince of Dusar.
A pleasant smile lighted Hal Vas' face as Carthoris admitted his vocation.
French Louis, Dan MacDonald, and Hal Campbell (who had make a strike on Moosehide), all three of whom were not dancing because there were not girls enough to go around, inclined to the suggestion.
He would much rather have lived a simple family life, but bluff King Hal was no easy master to serve.
Francis of Assisi in a new dransmigration produced, und he laughed und said he hal never preach to der fishes.
Which quite reminds me,' said Alderman Cute, 'of the days of old King Hal, stout King Hal, bluff King Hal.