DAVID, Jérôme
(b. ca. 1605, Paris, d. ca. 1670, Roma)


French engraver. He produced a considerable number of plates many of which are portraits. He is noted for having engraved works by Giovanni Battista Montano (1534-1621). His plates are executed with the graver in a clear firm manner. His brother Charles David (c. 1600-c. 1636) was also engraver, the brothers worked in the same style.