The Gothic Influence On Robert Campin

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Early Netherlandish painter, Robert Campin, active during the 15th and 16th century was one of the few to introduced a new painting style to the Italian Renaissance Era. Although Campin belongs to the Northern Renaissance era, he still carried elements of Late Gothic. Therefore, Campin was greatly influenced by the International Gothic movement. The Gothic movement, which was introduced by the French includes a saturation of biblical scenes, Illumnatied religious manuscripts, and very detailed portraiture. One of Robert Campin’s biggest achivements was, Merode Altarpiece, a detailed religious scene done between 1425 and 1428. The Marode Alterpiece includes a triptych panel or a three part hinged panel. Although Campin was greatly influence

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