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BROEDERLAM Melchior (active 1381-1409) Nationality : Flemish

Netherlandish painter, court painter to Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, from 1387. Documents show that he was a busy and versatile artist, but his only surviving works are two wings from an altarpiece representing The Annunciation and Visitation and The Presentation and Flight into Egypt (Musee des Beaux-Arts, Dijon, 1394-9). They are among the first and finest examples of International Gothic, combining lavish decorative display with realistic touches that look forward to the later development of the Netherlandish School.

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  • Presentation in the Temple and Flight to Egypt

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  • The Annunciation

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  • The Annunciation (detail)

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  • The Annunciation (detail)

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  • The Annunciation (detail)

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  • The Annunciation (detail)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Annunciation (from Altar of Philip the Bold)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Annunciation and the Visitation

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Dijon Altarpiece

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  • The Flight into Egypt

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  • The Flight into Egypt

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Flight into Egypt (detail)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Flight into Egypt (detail)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Flight into Egypt (detail)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Flight into Egypt (from Altar of Philip the Bold)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Presentation of Christ

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Presentation of Christ (detail)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Presentation of Christ (from Altar of Philip the Bold)

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Visitation

    BROEDERLAM Melchior

  • The Visitation (detail)

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