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18th century Genoese
(Cabella Ligure (Alessandria), 1749 - 1790, Genoa)
David was the most significant etcher in 18th-century Genoa. Generally inspired by the Tiepolos, whose graphic work he saw during a Venetian sojourn, his prints owe particularly to the vocabulary and expressive tenor of his illustrious Genoese predecessor Castiglione. According to British Museum, his birth year is 1749, contrary to 1743 as published in older literature.