JACQUEMART DE HESDIN
(d. ca. 1411)
Jacquemart du Hesdin was a painter to the Duke of Berry from 1384 until 1411, when he was succeeded by the Limbourg brothers. He made the Grandes Heures du Duc de Berry (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale), as well as the Très Belles Heures (Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale), but is principally remembered as having started what became the Hours of Turin.