Definition of Van Eyck, Jan in English:

Van Eyck, Jan

proper noun

  • (c.1370–1441), Flemish painter. He made innovative use of oils, bringing greater flexibility, richer and denser colour, and a wider range from light to dark. Notable works: The Adoration of the Lamb (known as the Ghent Altarpiece, 1432) in the church of St Bavon in Ghent and The Arnolfini Marriage (1434).

Pronunciation:

Van Eyck, Jan

/van ˈʌɪk/