Andre Beauneveu
Netherlandish Gothic Era Painter and Sculptor, 1335-ca.1401 Andre Beauneveu was born in Valenciennes. Little is known about his early life and he is first documented in 1360. Four years later, he commissioned to create a collection of royal tombs in Paris for King Charles V. In 1366, Beauneveau left Paris and began working for the Count of Flanders in Courtrai beginning in 1374. Then in 1386, he began working for Jean, Duc de Berry and served him for the rest of his life. Beauneveau was primarily a sculptor, but also produced illuminated manuscripts and stained glass windows. His work was integral to the development of naturalism in the 15th century.

 

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Andre Beauneveu Saint Philip oil painting   

Painting ID::  39
Andre Beauneveu
Saint Philip
c1380/85 Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

   
   
     

 

 

Andre Beauneveu The Duc de Berry between his parron saints andrew and John the Baptist (mk08) oil painting   

Painting ID::  21186
Andre Beauneveu
The Duc de Berry between his parron saints andrew and John the Baptist (mk08)
c.1390 Manuscript illumination 27.5x18.5cm Ms. Brussels,Bibliotheque Royale

   
   
     

 

 

Andre Beauneveu The Duc de Berry between his Patron Saints Andrew and John the Baptist oil painting   

Painting ID::  33354
Andre Beauneveu
The Duc de Berry between his Patron Saints Andrew and John the Baptist
mk86 c.1390 Manuscript Illuminatinon 27.5x18.5cm

   
   
     

 

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Andre Beauneveu
Netherlandish Gothic Era Painter and Sculptor, 1335-ca.1401 Andre Beauneveu was born in Valenciennes. Little is known about his early life and he is first documented in 1360. Four years later, he commissioned to create a collection of royal tombs in Paris for King Charles V. In 1366, Beauneveau left Paris and began working for the Count of Flanders in Courtrai beginning in 1374. Then in 1386, he began working for Jean, Duc de Berry and served him for the rest of his life. Beauneveau was primarily a sculptor, but also produced illuminated manuscripts and stained glass windows. His work was integral to the development of naturalism in the 15th century.