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LIMBOURG BROTHERS   (active ca.1400) Nationality : Dutch

The Limbourg brothers, Paul, Jean, and Hermann, were a Netherlandish family of manuscript illuminators. All three died in 1416, presumably of the plague. Their two important works for the Duc are the "Tres Belles Heures" (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) finished by 1808 or 1809, and the "Tres Riches Heures" (Musee Conde, Chantilly), unfinished at the time of their deaths and finished 70 years later by the French illuminator Jean Colombe. The "Tres Riches Heures" with it's 12 beautiful full page illuminations illustrating the months of the year, and full of closely observed naturalistic detail, is generally considered to be one of the cardinal works of the International Gothic style.

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