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T HE M ASTER OF F LÉMALLE

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  1. THE MASTER OF FLÉMALLE (Robert Campin) By Candace Rosato, Jillian Segovia, Michelle Jachna

  2. Robert Campin • c. 1375 – 26 April 1444 • The Master of Flémalle is a seemingly unidentified artist • many people think its Robert Campin, who was also a Flemish painter at the time. • Crucial importance for the birth and the beginnings of Early Netherlandish painting. • fascination with the natural and domestic world

  3. Mérode Altarpiece, 1425-1426

  4. Mérode Altarpiece • “Triptych” • Three paintings connected by hinges • Oil on wood • painted in a realistic style • proportions and sense of space weren’t accurate • large focus on detail • His technique was to combine translucent oil overly on water-based opaque pigments • Allowed him to show great detail

  5. The Left Panel • Kneeling patrons who probably commissioned the painting • dress like middle class • The man seems to be looking towards the middle painting

  6. The Middle Panel • Possible annunciation scene • angel Gabriel and Mary are painted here • This Annunciation painting is one of the first that is actually depicted to being completely indoors • Note the extreme details of the Flemish household

  7. Right Panel • Joseph is making a mousetrap in his carpenter’s shop • Not directly involved with the Annunciation scene • The left panel was drawing our eyes in

  8. Symbolism

  9. Characteristics • Less decorative colour schemes • Realistic style • Subdued hues • Attention to detail and clarity • Use of oil paint • Focus on religious aspects • Focus on close observation, rather than correct proportions