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  • An example of how complicated manuscripts could be, the "Trés Belles Heures" was begun circa 1380 by the Master of the Parement of Narbonne now identified as Jean d'Orléans, succeeded by the Master of Saint John and the "Eyckian," into the 1420s.

    Past the Crowds, the Louvre's Little Gem of a Show

  • Erwin Panofsky described Broederlam as ‘the greatest of all pre-Eyckian panel painters insofar as their work has been preserved’

    Mary: What`s in a Name ?


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