(b. ca. 1400-10, Bruges, d. 1460, Valencia)
Flemish painter (also spelt Allyncbrood). He appeared in the painters' register of Bruges in 1432, and 1436-37. In Bruges he studied the paintings of Jan van Eyck. In 1437 he moved to Valencia, Spain where he lived until his death in 1460. The Triptych of the Crucifixion in the Prado, which came from the Carmelite convent in Valencia, is attributed to him.
His son Jordi was also a painter, who first studied with his father then went to Bruges.