Gerards, Mark

Gerards, Mark a reputable Flemish painter, engraver, and architect, also an illuminator and a designer, flourished about 1560. He went to England about 1580, and was appointed painter to queen Elizabeth. As a designer, he executed a set of fourteen plates on the Passion of Christ. He died in 1598. He is said to have been an able architect, but none of his works are mentioned.

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