On the Transmission of Artistic Patterns in Late Medieval Manuscript Illumination
Edited By Joris Corin Heyder and Christine Seidel
Itinéraire artistique et polyvalence technique: le cas d’Antoine de Lonhy: Frédéric Elsig
Itinéraire artistique et polyvalence technique: le cas d’Antoine de Lonhy
This paper examines the career of Antoine de Lonhy, an itinerant French artist who worked in Burgundy, in Toulouse, Northern Spain and Savoy, where he left several traces of his diverse artistic activity. Charles Sterling, Giovanni Romano and François Avril have brought together several works of this master and studied his style as well as the development of his career and his complex personality. His career can be divided into three phases and this contribution will examine how he influenced the local production in the centers of his activity and how his own work was influenced by new artistic tendencies he encountered during his extended voyages.
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