Jean Limosin (1528-1610)

Jean Limosin (or Limousin) was a member of the Limosin family of enamel artisans from the French region of Limoges. Other known enamelers in this family were Francois, Joseph, Jean II, Leonard I, and Leonard II. Jean was known for "The Portrait of Gailot de Genouillac", "St. John", "St. Paul and St. Thomas" and the religious scenes "Crucifixion" and "Resurrection".

He lived between 1528 and 1610, towards the end of the High Renaissance period.



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