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BELLEGAMBE, Jean The Retable of Le Cellier (triptych) oil painting


The Retable of Le Cellier (triptych)
Painting ID::  18868
BELLEGAMBE, Jean
The Retable of Le Cellier (triptych)
inner-right panel featuring St. Malachy O\'Morgair & Cistercian Monks, 1508-09, tempera and oil on panel, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

   
   
     

BELLEGAMBE, Jean The Retable of Le Cellier oil painting


The Retable of Le Cellier
Painting ID::  18867
BELLEGAMBE, Jean
The Retable of Le Cellier
inner-left panel featuring St. Bernard & Cistercian Monks, 1508-09, tempera and oil on panel, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

   
   
     

BELLEGAMBE, Jean Annunciation ghg oil painting


Annunciation ghg
Painting ID::  5015
BELLEGAMBE, Jean
Annunciation ghg
1516-17 Oil on canvas tansferred from wood, 109 x 80 cm (central), 103 x 33 cm (side) The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

   
   
     

BELLEGAMBE, Jean The Le Cellier Triptych oil painting


The Le Cellier Triptych
Painting ID::  5016
BELLEGAMBE, Jean
The Le Cellier Triptych
1508-09 Tempera and oil on wood Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

   
   
     

BELLEGAMBE, Jean The Miracle of Lactation oil painting


The Miracle of Lactation
Painting ID::  29205
BELLEGAMBE, Jean
The Miracle of Lactation
mk65 Oil on canvas transferred from panel 40 1/2x 13"

   
   
     

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     BELLEGAMBE, Jean
     Flemish painter (c. 1480 - c. 1535) South Netherlandish painter and designer. His father, George Bellegambe, a cabinetmaker and musician, was a prominent citizen of Douai. Jean is first mentioned in a document of 1504, when he is referred to as a master painter, a burgher and married. His teacher is unknown, but his work bears some imprint of the art of Jan Provoost, who inherited Simon Marmion's studio. However, Bellegambe might equally have been apprenticed in Bruges or Brussels (possibly in the atelier of the Master of the Legend of St Mary Magdalen, for example), or even in Antwerp. The calm and serenity of Bellegambe's compositions, his treatment of landscape, his lightness of technique, his pursuit of clear, soft colours and delicate harmonies all indicate links with the work of Gerard David and Quinten Metsys. In the 17th century Bellegambe was known as 'the Master of Colours'.

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