Anne Pierre de Kat was born in the Netherlands and was a painter of still lifes, portraits and flowers, which he liked to pose in the rain or snow. He had previously studied at The Hague, but then moved permanently to Brussels. His son Joan was also an artist. In 1920 Anne de Kat was naturalized in Belgium, after being recruited there in World War I, having sustained a serious injury in 1914. He remained in Great Britain for recovery until the end of the war.
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