Philipp Ferdinand de Hamilton

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Philipp Ferdinand de Hamilton (c. 1664 – 1750), was an 18th-century painter from the Southern Netherlands active in Austria.


He was born in Brussels as the son of the Scottish painter James de Hamilton, who taught him to paint.[1] From 1705 to 1750 he was court painter in Vienna, and he is known for hunting scenes like his brother Johann Georg.[1] He died in Vienna.