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Theodore Gerard

Theodore Gerard was a Belgian engraver and genre scene painter, he studied at the Academy de Beaux-Arts in Ghent.

Subsequently, he spent most of his life traveling through Germany and Austria and Hungary, painting life in the countryside and in the villages, fascinated by the serenity of the subjects.

In 1863 he settled in Brussels where he taught painting at the Academy of Fine Arts.

Theodore Gerard also participated in artistic competitions outside Belgium, winning medals at the Philadelphia fair in 1870, in London in 1871, in Vienna in 1873 and in Brussels in 1875.

The painter died in 1895 and some of his works are exhibited in the Brussels Museum, the Ghent Museum, the Kortrijk Museum and the Antwep Museum.

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