Han Snel

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Han Snel (1925–1998) was a famous Dutch painter born in Scheveningen, who moved to Indonesia in the 1940s to paint the island of Bali.[1] Snel converted to Hinduism and became a citizen of Indonesia.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Exhibit reveals Han Snel's undying love for Bali", Jakarta Post, May 29, 2008