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Limbourg Brothers
(1370 - 1416)

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1390s The brothers are apprenticed to a goldsmith in Paris
1399 The boys are sent home because of Plague in Paris. On route they are imprisoned (having come through war-torn Brussells)
1402 Jean and Paul are retained by Philippe le Hardi to illustrate a bible
1402 Paul and Jean work for Philip the Bold, the Duke of Burgundy, in Paris
1405 The brothers enter the service of the Duke de Berry
1409 Très Belles Heures completed
1416 All three brothers die, presumably of the plague
~1380 Born in Nijmegen
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