(1335 - 1400)
Andre Beauneveu was active/lived in France, Netherlands. Andre Beauneveu is known for illumination, sculptor, painting, stained glass.
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Andre Beauneveu (1335-1400)
Franco-Netherlandish sculptor, illuminator, painter and stained glass artist, Beauneveu is best known for the sculptures he created while in the service of King Charles V and John Duke of Berry. Beauneveu's style of Gothic art was naturalistic, and reflective of the Northern Gothic style and the Pucellian revival of the late 14th-century. His best known surviving work are the tombs of Charles V and his family (Abbey of St Denis, 1365).
Born in Valenciennes in 1335, little is known of Beauneveu's life or how he learned the art of sculpture - any references to him appear mainly in his patron's accounts. In 1359 he appears in the accounts of the Duchess Yolande de Bar, where Beauneveu is re
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