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Dou

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noun
  1. Ge·rard [gey-rahrt] /ˈgeɪ rɑrt/, 1613–75, Dutch painter: pupil of Rembrandt.
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Historical Examples

  • Don't be provokin', Ephr'm—what makes you talk in that dou'fle way?

    Romance of California Life

    John Habberton

  • Therefore, Dou's natural tendency, instead of being modified by Rembrandt, became only more pronounced.

  • The simplicity of trivialities Dou made the subject of the finest and most precious pictures in the world.

  • Very early in life Dou made use of magnifying glasses, and with great care he ground his own colors.

  • More than once he borrowed a subject from Dou—familiar scenes, and small pictures of one or two figures.


British Dictionary definitions for dou

Dou

Dow or Douw

noun
  1. Gerard (ˈxeːrɑrt). 1613–75, Dutch portrait and genre painter
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