Le Nain family


Le Nain family
/lə næ̃/ (say luh nan)

noun a family of French painters.
1. Antoine, c.1588–1648.
2. his brother, Louis, c.1593–1648.
3. their brother, Mathieu, c.1607–77.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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