1450 ca1519
a Dutch painter from either Kalkar or Wesel (both now in Germany), known for his religious paintings. Joest has been compared to David and Memling, but he more properly belongs to the school of Jan van Scorel. One of the features of Joest's work is the exquisite transparency of his coloring and the subtle and delicate modelling of the faces. Twenty panels painted by him can be seen in the church at Kalkar.
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