Boats Dirk (Bouts Dierik)( Nederlands painter.)
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Biography Boats Dirk (Bouts Dierik)
Probably, he studied in Holland, so his style and in the years of the wizard in Flanders retained features of the Dutch school. Around 1457 he moved to Louvain. One of the most significant works of Boats - The Sacrament of the altar of the Eucharist (1464-1467) depicting the Last Supper and symbolically related to the composition of scenes, is now in the church of. Peter in Louvain. In 1468 Boats received a contract to manufacture a series of paintings for the town hall of Louvain, on the theme of justice, in this series, he managed to write only diptych Justice of Otto III, who is in the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels. Boats For products characterized by exquisite attention to detail, meticulous cut-off Modeling forms. Boats died in Louvain in 1475.