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DAVID Gerard (b. ca. 1460, Oudewater, d. 1523, Bruges) Nationality : Flemish

Flemish painter who was the last great master of the Bruges school. David went to Bruges, presumably from Haarlem, where he is supposed to have formed his early style under the instruction of Albert van Ouwater; he joined the guild of St Luke at Bruges in 1484 and became dean in 1501. In his early work, such as the Christ Nailed to the Cross (National Gallery, London) and the Nativity (Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest), he followed the Haarlem tradition as represented by Ouwater and Geertgen tot Sint Jans but already gave evidence of his superior power as a colorist.

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