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Daniel Hallé (27 September 1614, Rouen – 14 July 1675, Paris) was a French painter.
He studied painting in his birthplace and was apprenticed there on 4 November 1631. He produced a Multiplication of the Loaves (1665) and Martyrdom of Saint-Symphorien. He was the father of the painter Claude Guy Hallé and a grandfather of the painter Noël Hallé.
- Christ in the Tomb, musée Greuze, Tournus
- The Nativity, musée des beaux-arts de Rouen