Jean Malouel

Jean Malouel, or Jan Maelwael in his native Dutch,[1] (c. 1365 – 1415) was a Dutch artist who was the court painter of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy and his successor John the Fearless, working in the International Gothic style.

Jean Malouel
Pietà with the Holy Trinity by Jean Malouel, Louvre
Bornc. 1365
Diedc. 1416
NationalityDutch
Known forPainting
Philip the Bold in later life, after Jean Malouel
The Last Communion and Martyrdom of Saint Denis, by Henri Bellechose, perhaps begun by Malouel, completed 1416

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