Roger or Ro·gier [Flemish raw-geer] /Flemish rɔˈgir/ van der [van der; Flemish vahn duhr], /væn dər; Flemish vɑn dər/, 1400?–64, Flemish painter.
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How to use Weyden in a sentence
In the same sala are two Memlings (703, 778), and a Roger van der Weyden .Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa | Edward Hutton
He was born at Colmar, but probably studied under Roger van der Weyden.
The landscape which shows through the colonnades is adorned with towers and steeples in the minute fashion of Van der Weyden.
“I beg of you not to receive false impressions of us from Mr. Van Weyden,” he interposed with mock anxiety.The Sea-Wolf | Jack London
“And you are Humphrey Van Weyden,” she said, gazing back at me with equal solemnity and awe.The Sea-Wolf | Jack London