Hans Bock (painter)  

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Hans Bock was a German painter of the 16th century, who flourished at Basle, where he executed within and without the Rathhaus, some colossal frescoes, which render his name famous. The Rathhaus also possesses a painting of the 'Calumny of Apelles,' by him. His works, though mannered, display much power and energy.



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