Dughet, Gaspard (1615-1675)
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Gaspard Dughet, a painter of French origin, was born and died in Rome in 1615-1675. He was also named Gaspard Poussin, from the name of his relative and master Nicolas Poussin. In 1635, Gaspard abandoned the work-shop of Nicolas and moved into direction of Nordic taste, preferring the dramatic motives of tempests: Tempest, London, D.Mahon Coll.). His paintings with the ample views of Roman Campagna and mountain landscapes, inspired the English artists of this genre-painting in the next century.
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