Antoine de Lonhy

Antoine de Lonhy, Altarpiece of the Virgin, Saint Augustine and Saint Nicholas of Tolentino, currently in the [[Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya Antoine de Lonhy ( circa 1446–1490) was a painter, illuminator and glazier.

He received training in Burgundy, where he was also active as an artist before moving to Toulouse, Barcelona and later Savoy. He decorated the Saluces Hours, a book of hours currently in the British Library. In Barcelona, he designed an altarpiece and a rose window for the church of Santa Maria del Mar. Provided by Wikipedia
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