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Andre Beauneveu

 (1335 - 1400)
Andre Beauneveu was active/lived in France, Netherlands.  Andre Beauneveu is known for illumination, sculptor, painting, stained glass.

Andre Beauneveu

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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  ...  Displaying 750 of 5225 characters.

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About  Andre Beauneveu

Born:  1335 - Valenceinnes, France
Died:   1400
Known for:  illumination, sculptor, painting, stained glass