Arnold of Nijmegen

Arnold of Nijmegen, St John the Baptist and his executioner (1507), north transept clerestory, Wells Cathedral.
Photo: Peter Hildebrand

Arnold of Nijmegen (active c. 1490 – c. 1536) was a 15th-century Dutch stained glass artist who worked in both modern-day Belgium and France, adopting the Renaissance style and influencing the stained glass workshops of Normandy. His best known works are a series of windows depicting historical subjects in Tournai Cathedral, Belgium. His work is known for its delicate draftsmanship, brilliance of colouring, the rich decoration of robes and detailed architectural settings.

Source: Arnold of Nijmegen on Wikipedia

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