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ODEVAERE Joseph-Denis (b. 1775, Bruges, d. 1830, Bruxelles) Nationality : Flemish

Flemish painter. He attended evening classes at the Bruges Academie in 1794-95 and then went to Paris, where he entered the studio of the Bruges artist Joseph-Beno"t Suvee. In 1801 he began training under Jacques-Louis David and in 1804 won the Prix de Rome for his Death of Phocion (Paris, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts), in which he faithfully adhered to the principles of David's teaching. Before going to Italy he spent a year in Bruges carrying out portrait commissions, including the Marquis de Chauvelin (1805; Bruges, Groeningemuseum).

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