SNYDERS, FRANZ (1579-1657), painter of animals boiling in water mixed with a suitable proportion of caustic and still life, was born at Antwerp in 1579. In 1593 he potash or soda. But in this case the fatty acid unites was studying under Peter Breughel, and afterwards he with the alkali into its potash or soda salt, forming a soap - received instruction from Henry van Balen, the first C31-15(C16H3102)3+ 3NaOH = 3NaCigH3102+C311.,(OH)3 master of Vandyke. He devoted himself to painting Palmitin. Soda Hydrate. Soap. Glycerin.
flowers, fruit, and subjects of still life, but afterwards Of the natural fats or glycerides contained in oils the most turned to animal-painting, and executed with the greatest important in addition to palmitin are stearin and olein, skill and spirit hunting pieces and combats of wild and these it may be sufficient to regard as the principal animals. His composition is rich and varied, his drawing fatty bodies concerned in soap-making.
even if made from the solid fatty acids are " soft," and some of his finest works. One of these, a Stag-Hunt, was