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Boucicaut Master  

active:about 1400 - about 1430
illuminator
French

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In the early 1400s, the Boucicaut Master was the leading master of manuscript illumination in Paris and one of the most influential artists working in the International style in northern Europe. The Boucicaut Master appears to have supervised a talented team of artists who produced manuscripts commissioned by the king of France, high-ranking aristocrats, and the wealthy bourgeoisie. He probably also made works sold on the open market. He produced illuminations of exceptional naturalism that capture the elegance and refinement of court taste. The name Boucicaut derives from the identification of his hand in a book of hours made for the Maréchal de Boucicaut, Jean le Meingre II, the marshal of France.

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Book of Hours / Boucicaut Master
Book of Hours

French, about 1410

Annunciation / Boucicaut Master
Annunciation

French, about 1410

Fates of Men / Boucicaut Master
Fates of Men

French, about 1413

Book of Hours / Boucicaut Master
Book of Hours

French, about 1415

Annunciation / Wkshp, Boucicaut M
Annunciation

French, about 1415