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Beauneveu, André, approximately 1335-approximately 1403

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Personal name headingBeauneveu, André, approximately 1335-approximately 1403
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Variant(s)Beau-Neveu, Andrieu, approximately 1335-approximately 1403
Beauneveu, André, ca. 1335-ca. 1403
Biauneveu, Andrieu, approximately 1335-approximately 1403
Birth date1335~
Death date1403~
Found inLes trés belles heures de Jean de France, 1924: p. 31 (André Beauneveu; architect, sculptor, painter and illuminator active in the second half of the 14th c.; documented in a letter of Yolande of Flanders, dame de Cassel in 1360; in 1361 active as a sculptor at Valenciennes; in 1364 active in Paris in the service of Charles V, for whom he executed several tombs) p. 32 (in 1374 at Courtrai in the service of Louis de Mâle, Count of Flanders, for whom he executed an unfinished tomb; between 1374 and 1386 also active at Ypres, Malines and Cambrai) p. 33 (from 1386 supervisor of sculpture and painting for Jean, Duc de Berry) p. 29-30 (an illuminator of the Trés belles heures preserved at the the Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Brussels)
Dict. of Art, 1996 (Beauneveu, André; Biauneveu, Andrieu; b. Valenciennes, ca. 1335; d. Bourges between 1401-1403?; mentioned as "Master Andrieu the painter" in the accounts of Yolande, Duchesse de Bar, who employed him between 1359 and 1362; from October 1364 to June 1366 active in Paris; possibly in England between 1366 and 1372; mentioned in Tournai in 1372; in 1374 in charge of painting works for the aldermen's hall in Valenciennes; contributed miniatures to a psalter (Paris, Bib. N., MS fr. 13091) ca. 1386; living in Bourges in 1388)
Dict. of miniaturists, 1887 (Beau-Neveu, Andrieu; illuminator; called Andrieu Beau-Neveu by Froissart)
Bénézit, 1999 (Beauneveu, André; b. ca. 1335; d. between 1403 and 1413 at Bourges; possibly the painter of the Wilton Diptych and the Parement de Narbonne)
Thieme-Becker (Beauneveu, André; active 1360-1403; painter and sculptor active in France and England)
BHA, CD-ROM 1999 (hdg.: Beauneveu, André, b. ca. 1335, d. 1401-1403; usage: André Beauneveu; André Beauneveau)
LC database, Aug. 2, 2000 (hdg.: Beauneveu, André [from old catalog])