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Statue of King James II in Trafalgar Square, London by Peter Van Dievoet and Laurens van der Meulen while they were working in Grinling Gibbons's Lond
Statue of King James II in Trafalgar Square, London by Peter Van Dievoet and Laurens van der Meulen while they were working in Grinling Gibbons's London workshop. 1683.
Coat of arms of Peter van Dievoet on the roll of arms of the Drapery Court of Brussels.
Coat of arms of Peter van Dievoet on the roll of arms of the Drapery Court of Brussels.
Typographic mark of Guillaume van Dievoet called Vandive, book printer of Monseigneur the Grand Dauphin, with his motto : "HOC DUCE TUTA SALUS", 1704.
Typographic mark of Guillaume van Dievoet called Vandive, book printer of Monseigneur the Grand Dauphin, with his motto : "HOC DUCE TUTA SALUS", 1704.
Jean-Baptiste van Dievoet II (1704–1776) husband of Elisabeth van der Meulen, portrait by Trigaux, 1761.
Jean-Baptiste van Dievoet II (1704–1776) husband of Elisabeth van der Meulen, portrait by Trigaux, 1761.
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Saint Michael, secular emblem of Brussels.
Saint Michael, secular emblem of Brussels.
Charles Picqué, a Belgian politician and former Minister-President of the Brussels Capital-Region, is a member of a Bourgeois family of the city.
Charles Picqué, a Belgian politician and former Minister-President of the Brussels Capital-Region, is a member of a Bourgeois family of the city.
Joseph Poelaert (1817–1879), a Belgian architect who designed the Law Courts of Brussels, is a member of a Bourgeois family of the city.
Joseph Poelaert (1817–1879), a Belgian architect who designed the Law Courts of Brussels, is a member of a Bourgeois family of the city.