1615 ca1652+
a Flemish Baroque painter of history paintings and landscapes. His few known works often include religious elements or allegories. Ergo's works are very rare. His paintings often contain an allegorical meaning. For instance a landscape painting held by the Pushkin Museum contains an allegorical meaning relating to patience and the painting is therefore referred to as the Allegory of Patience. Ergo made copies of his own work as is demonstrated by the fact that a similar Allegory of Patience was auctioned at Christie's in 2012.
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