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  • 1 Eyck,Jan van — Eyck (īk), Jan van. 1390? 1441. Flemish painter who with his brother Hubert (died 1426) founded the Flemish school of painting. Jan s works, characterized by brilliant coloring and minute realistic detail, include Arnolfini and His Wife (1434).… …

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  • 2 Eyck, Jan van — born before 1395, Maaseik, Bishopric of Liège, Holy Roman Empire died , before July 9, 1441, Bruges Flemish painter. He is recorded in 1422 as a master painter working for John of Bavaria, count of Holland, and later was employed by Philip III… …

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  • 3 Eyck, Jan van — (bef. 1395 1441)    Jan van Eyck is among the greatest innovators of the 15th century. Both Giorgio Vasari and his Northern counterpart, Karel van Mander, wrote that it was Jan who invented the oil painting technique. He is documented in the… …

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  • 4 EYCK, JAN VAN —    a famous Flemish painter, born at Mass Eyck; was instructed by his eldest brother Hubert (1370 1426), with whom he laboured at Bruges and Ghent; reputed to have been the first to employ oil colours (1389 1440) …

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  • 5 Eyck, Jan van — ► (1390? 1440) Pintor flamenco. Solucionó la técnica del óleo, creó la pintura flamenca, con su detallado realismo y su visión del paisaje, y fue uno de los iniciadores del retrato laico o burgués: Retrato de un hombre con tocado de paño rojo… …

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  • 6 Jan van Eyck — Retrato de hombre con turbante (en realidad un capirón), posiblemente un autorretrato, pint …

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  • 7 Jan Van Eyck — L’Homme au turban rouge, autoportrait probable Naissance Maaseik vers 1390 Décès 9 juillet …

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  • 8 Jan van Eyck (1390-1441) — Jan van Eyck Jan van Eyck L’Homme au turban rouge, autoportrait probable Naissance Maaseik vers 1390 Décès 9 juillet …

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  • 9 Jan van eyck — L’Homme au turban rouge, autoportrait probable Naissance Maaseik vers 1390 Décès 9 juillet …

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  • 10 Van Eyck, Jan — VER Eyck, Jan van …

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  • 11 Jan van Eyck — or Johannes de Eyck (IPA2|jɑn vɑn ɛik) (before c. 1395 ndash; before July 9, 1441) was an Early Netherlandish painter active in Bruges and considered one of the best Northern European painters of the 15th century.There is a common misconception,… …

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  • 12 Jan van Eyck — L Homme au turban, 1433 Autoportrait présumé de Jan van Eyck Naissance …

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  • 13 Jan van Eyck — (Maaseik, c. 1390 Brujas, 1441). Pintor flamenco que trabajó en Brujas junto con Robert Campin en Tournai. Fue fundador del Ars nova, estilo pictórico del gótico tardío en el siglo XV, que anuncia el Renacimiento Nórdico de Europa. En tal sentido …

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  • 14 Eyck, Hubert and Jan van — • Brothers, Flemish illuminators and painters, founders of the school of Bruges and consequently of all the schools of painting in the North of Europe Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 15 Jan Van Eyck Academie — infobox University name = established = 1948 director = Koen Brams researchers = 48 city = Maastricht country = NL website = [http://www.janvaneyck.nl/ Jan van Eyck] The Jan van Eyck Academie is a post academic institute for research and… …

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  • 16 Jan van Eyck — Mann mit rotem Turban (wahrscheinlich ein Selbstporträt), National Gallery London …

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  • 17 Eyck, Hubert and Jan van —    See Van Eyck, Hubert and Jan …

    Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

  • 18 Jan van Eyck — noun Flemish painter who was a founder of the Flemish school of painting and who pioneered modern techniques of oil painting (1390 1441) • Syn: ↑Eyck, ↑van Eyck • Instance Hypernyms: ↑old master …

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  • 19 van Eyck, Jan —  (c. 1380–1440) Flemish painter …

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  • 20 Jan van Eyck — (c1390 1441) Flemish Renaissance painter who served in the royal court of Philip of Burgundy …

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