Иконостас дижонский {1195}
The Dijon Altarpiece
Towards 1400 the court of Burgundy was an important centre of art.
Commissioned by Philippe the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, Melchior Broederlam, a native of Ypres - who, from 1384 onwards, served the Duke as "peintre et valet de chambre" - undertook the paintings on the lavishly decorated altar of the Carthusian monastery of Champmol.
At the request of Philip the Bold, Broederlam painted both the outer panels and inner polychrome decoration of at least two altarpieces sculpted by Jacques de Baerze, that were intended for the chartreuse de Champmol.
Of these two altarpieces, only that in the Musee des Beaux-Arts in Dijon still features its painted outer panels.
Бродерлам М.
Melchior Broederlam
Шаммоль (Фр.): монастырь картезианский (1399 - )
Chartreuse de Champmol

Дижон (Фр.): МИИ

Dijon (France): Musee des Beaux-Arts
Благовещение и Встреча Марии с Елизаветой, левая внешняя панель
Annunciation and The meeting of Maria with Elizabeth, the left outer panel Cретение и Бегство в Египет, правая внешняя панель
Presentation of Christ in the temple and Flight to Egypt, the right outer panel
Tempera on wood.
Inner polychrome decoration.
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