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Martin Ferdinand Quadal (born Czech: Chvátal; 28 October 1736 – 10 January 1811) was a Moravian-Austrian painter and engraver. The painter is a representative of the Austrian school of painting and was worked in England, Italy, Austria, Holland, Germany, France, and Russia.

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