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. Related Paintings of Andre Beauneveu :. | Three Sisters-A Study in june Sunlight | Study of a Man with a Drill | ibe amazons | Meinibusi | Investiture of the Sultana-s Chief Offical in Constantinople |
Related Artists:Castello Nativity, Master of the
Italian Early Renaissance Painter, active ca.1450-1475Romanoz Gvelesiani
painted A Kakhetian man with a jar in 1883Maurice Brazil Prendergast
(October 10, 1858 - February 1, 1924) was a U.S. Post-Impressionist artist who worked in oil, watercolor, and monotype. Technically, he was a member of The Eight, but the delicacy of his compositions and mosaic-like beauty of his designs had little in common with the philosophy of the group.
Prendergast was born in St. John's, a city in Newfoundland, Canada. With the failure of his father's subarctic trading post, the family moved to Boston.