"No Equal in Any Land": André Beauneveu : Artist to the Courts of France and Flanders
Andr Beauneveu has long been known as one of the greatest European artists of the late 14th century. This book re-examines the oeuvre of the artist as first and foremost a master sculptor. Nash surveys the whole of his work including sculpture and stained glass originally for Jean, duc de Berry's chapel at Bourges. This is an important revisionary contribution to the study of late medieval art and the practice of its workshops. Susie Nash is a senior lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art.
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Acknowledgements 9 Authors Note
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