"No Equal in Any Land": André Beauneveu : Artist to the Courts of France and Flanders

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Paul Holberton Publishing in asssociation with Musea Brugge / Groeningemuseum, 2007 - Art - 192 pages
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This catalogue accompanies an exhibition at the Groeninge Museum, Bruges, which celebrates one of the greatest European artists of the late fourteenth century, Andre Beauneveu, apparently born in Valenciennes c. 1335. Active throughout the Southern Netherlands, his reputation grew swiftly and in 1364 he was commissioned by the King of France, Charles V, to create a group of royal tombs at St Denis. In the 1370s he oversaw another ambitious funerary project, for Louis de Male, Count of Flanders at Courtrai whilst continuing to undertake major civic commissions at Ypres, Mechelen and his home town of Valenciennes. Beauneveu spent the last years of his career in Bourges working for the most celebrated royal patron of all, Jean, Duc de Berry."

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Adrien Biaunevoptfaseur des thombes
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Susie Nash is a Senior Lecturer at the Courtault Institute of Art, where she has taight since 1993.

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