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Jos van Kleve
Jos
 van Kleve
Netherlands 1480−1540
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Joos van Cleve, real name van der Beck (Joos van der Beke, Joos van Cleve date of birth is unknown, presumably Wesel — 1540−41, Antwerp), was a Dutch painter.

The first mention of Joos van Cleve refers to 1511, when he was admitted to the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke. Prior to this Joos van Cleve studied with Jean Jost van Kalkara together with the Senior Bartolomeus Brain. He is considered one of the most active artists of his time. About his stay in France is documented in his paintings and the post of painter at the court of Francis I. There is evidence that Jos a trip to Italy.

The main works of Joos van Cleve — two altar depicting the assumption of the virgin (now in Cologne and Munich), previously attributed to unknown artist the Master of the life of Mary.

Jos van Cleve relates to the artists and the novelists. In his techniques of soft shading of volumes feels the echo of the effect of sfumato, Leonardo da Vinci. However, many significant sides of his work he is strongly connected with the Dutch tradition.

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Jos van Kleve. The lamentation of Christ with the last supper and St. Francis receiving the stigmata
The lamentation of Christ with the last supper and St. Francis receiving the stigmata
Jos van Kleve
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Jos van Kleve. A large adoration of the Magi with St. Dominic and St. Luke
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A large adoration of the Magi with St. Dominic and St. Luke
185×250 cm
Jos van Kleve. The adoration of the Magi
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The adoration of the Magi
71×110 cm
Jos van Kleve. Madonna and child with a donor-Dominican
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Madonna and child with a donor-Dominican
56×57 cm
Jos van Kleve. The lamentation of Christ with the last supper and St. Francis receiving the stigmata
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The lamentation of Christ with the last supper and St. Francis receiving the stigmata
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