Tyl appears in the chapter Hues and Views: The Mysterious Picture as a character. Tyl is a Flemish painter who aims to one day work as a court painter. When the Archduke himself orders him to paint the portraits of his courtiers, his goal of becoming a court painter comes true.
However, he is bound by an unusual condition: he must not alter any of the paintings. He had previously had difficulties as a result of this, but he quickly devised a fantastic solution. This demonstrates that he was a wise guy who was not afraid to confront life’s challenges. He’s also ambitious since he’s set a lofty goal for himself and worked tirelessly to attain it. He also has a strange sense of humour and is quite funny. He is also quite outspoken while also being self-assured.