Bohemian School

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A term used to describe art produced in Bohemia in the second half of the 14th century, in particular during the reign of Charles IV, King of Bohemia from 1346 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1355. The particular strength of Bohemian art lay in panel painting and fresco, produced in a style that formed part of the International Gothic movement, combining both Sienese and French influences.

Subjects: History by Period — Art.

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