Paul, Hermann and Jean Limburg.
Little is known about them: they were probably born in Flanders around 1380 by artistic parents and, following their parents' careers, soon got apprenticeships in their uncle's studio.
In 1402 the brothers had entered into the service of Jean of Berry. Records from the Duke's household mentions a great number of paintings, but only the Très Belles Heures and Très Riches Heures remain intact.
The three brothers all died at the same time, presumably in some epidemic in February 1416.

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