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Werve, Claus van de

Werve, Claus van de klous vän də vĕr´və [key], d. 1439, Flemish sculptor. The nephew and student of Claus Sluter , Werve succeeded his uncle as chief sculptor to Philip the Bold, whose tomb he designed. His squat, chunky figures were close in style to Sluter's.

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