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BROEDERLAM, Melchior
The Visitation (detail) fdg

ID: 05386

BROEDERLAM, Melchior The Visitation (detail) fdg
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BROEDERLAM, Melchior

Netherlandish Gothic Era Painter, ca.1355-1411 South Netherlandish painter. Broederlam's family, long-established in Ypres, provided three aldermen for the city and sided with the French Counts of Flanders against the Flemish populace. After a training that may have included contact with Jan Boudolf in Bruges before 1368 or Paris after 1370 and an extended visit to Italy, the artist became, by 1381, an official painter of the reigning count, Louis de M?le (reg. 1346-84), painting leather chairs, pennons and banners. On 13 May 1384, directly after Louis's death, he was appointed a valet de chambre to the count's heir, Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy.  Related Paintings of BROEDERLAM, Melchior :. | The Annunciation (detail) df2g | The Annunciation (detail) | Presentation in the Temple and Flight to Egypt f | The Presentation in the Temple and The Flight to Egypt | Annunciation and Visitation |
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