Chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green.
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Jean Wauquelin (active in the 15th century ) was a writer and translator in French, active in Burgundian Hainaut. Wauquelin died on 7 September 1452 in Mons, Hainaut. His date of birth remains unknown.
Jean Wauquelin presenting his 'Chroniques de Hainaut' to Philip the Good
Jean Wauquelin presenting his 'Chroniques de Hainaut' to Philip the Good is a presentation miniature believed to have been painted by the Flemish artist Rogier van der Weyden (or if not actually from his hand then certainly by his workshop to his designs). It decorates the frontispiece to the Chroniques de Hainaut , MS KBR.9242, a translation from Latin into French of a three volume history in of the County of Hainaut by Jean Wauquelin. The Latin text was originally written by the 14th century Franciscan historian Jacques de Guyse.