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Gerard David

(c. 1460—1523)


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(c. 1460–1523).

Netherlandish painter, active in Bruges from 1484 where he was the main painter after the death of Memling. Born in Oudewater in the north, he would have been ...

Subjects: Renaissance Art.


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