Jean Fouquet

French 1420-1479 Jean Fouquet Locations French painter and illuminator. He is regarded as the most important French painter of the 15th century and was responsible for introducing Italian Renaissance elements into French painting. Little is known of his life, and, apart from a signed self-portrait medallion (Paris, Louvre), his only authenticated work is the Antiquit?s judaeques (Paris, Bib. N., MS. fr. 247). A corpus of works by Fouquet has therefore been established on the basis of stylistic criteria, but its exact chronology is uncertain.

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Jean Fouquet The Martyrdom of St.Andrew oil painting


The Martyrdom of St.Andrew
Painting ID::  1241
Artist: Jean Fouquet
Painting: The Martyrdom of St.Andrew
Introduction: 1455 Musee Conde, Chantilly
   
   
     

Jean Fouquet The Melun Diptych oil painting


The Melun Diptych
Painting ID::  1242
Artist: Jean Fouquet
Painting: The Melun Diptych
Introduction: 1453-54 Musee de l'Hospice, Villeneuve les Avignon
   
   
     

Jean Fouquet Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Faithful oil painting


Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Faithful
Painting ID::  1243
Artist: Jean Fouquet
Painting: Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Faithful
Introduction: 1452 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
   
   
     

Jean Fouquet Guillaume Jouvenel des Ursins oil painting


Guillaume Jouvenel des Ursins
Painting ID::  1244
Artist: Jean Fouquet
Painting: Guillaume Jouvenel des Ursins
Introduction: 1450 Musee du Louvre, Paris
   
   
     

Jean Fouquet Charles VII of France oil painting


Charles VII of France
Painting ID::  1245
Artist: Jean Fouquet
Painting: Charles VII of France
Introduction: 1444 Musee du Louvre, Paris
   
   
     

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     French 1420-1479 Jean Fouquet Locations French painter and illuminator. He is regarded as the most important French painter of the 15th century and was responsible for introducing Italian Renaissance elements into French painting. Little is known of his life, and, apart from a signed self-portrait medallion (Paris, Louvre), his only authenticated work is the Antiquit?s judaeques (Paris, Bib. N., MS. fr. 247). A corpus of works by Fouquet has therefore been established on the basis of stylistic criteria, but its exact chronology is uncertain.