New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1998. First Edition. Quarto (28.5cm x 22cm). Blue cloth boards (hardcover) with titling embossed in gold on cover and spine; pictorial dustjacket; 360pp; illus. Near Fine copy; bumped corners, else clean and tight. Very Good dustwrapper; shelf wear to extremities. A reconsideration of Flemish master painter Gerard David's work by placing it within its pivotal position between Late Medieval and Renaissance art revealing the artist's self-awareness as an artist emerging out of shifts in devotional practices, the art market, and new middle class wealth. Winner of the 1998 C.I.N.O.A. Prize. 343 illustrations, 69 in color.