Froment, Nicolas (nēkôläˈ frômäNˈ) [key], fl. 2d half of 15th cent., French painter of the Provençal school. While in the service of René of Anjou at Avignon, he painted The Resurrection of Lazarus (Uffizi) and the triptych The Burning Bush (cathedral, Aix). He is credited also with the diptych of René and his wife, Jeanne Laval (Louvre).
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