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Melchior Broederlam

(Active 1381-1409)

Biography


Toward the year 1400, the merging of Northern and Italian traditions gave rise to a single dominant style, the International Gothic style, throughout western Europe. Painters played the main role in its development. Among the most important was Melchior Broederlam (flourished c. 1387-1409), a Flemish artist, who worked in the court of the Duke of Burgundy in Dijon. Read Melchior Broederlam's Full Biography

Melchior Broederlam. Annunciation and Visitation. Annunciation and Visitation. 1394-99. Left-hand panel of an altar triptych in the Carthusian monastery at Dijon. Tempera on oil. 167 x 125 cm. Musйe des Beaux-Arts, Dijon, France. Read Note. Order a Poster or Print
Melchior Broederlam. Presentation in the Temple and Flight into Egypt. Presentation in the Temple and Flight into Egypt. 1394-99. Right-hand panel of an altar triptych in the Carthusian monastery at Dijon. Tempera on oil. 167 x 125 cm. Musйe des Beaux-Arts, Dijon, France. Read Note. Order a Poster or Print
Melchior Broederlam. Presentation in the Temple. Presentation in the Temple. 1394-99. Detail of the right-hand panel of an altar triptych in the Carthusian monastery at Dijon. Tempera on oil. 167 x 125 cm. Musйe des Beaux-Arts, Dijon, France. Read Note. Order a Poster or Print

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