Of century XV to the XVI it takes place in Flanders a cultural Renaissance and artistic admirable, produced by the development of the commerce and the consequent formation of a well-off bourgeoisie, that buys and exports art works, it makes important donations religious, constructs palaces, buildings public, etc. The architecture, at first influenced directly by the gothic French (cathedrals of Tournai, Santa Gdula, of Brussels; the churches of San Bavn, of Ghent, and San Pedro, of Ypres), acquires as of century XV own characteristics, mainly in the land of the civil constructions (markets of Brujas and Ypres, city council of Brussels, Louvain and Brujas, urban helmet of Sorceresses, etc.). The Renaissance forms are introduced delayed by French architects, like Guyot de Beauregard, author of the Daisy palace of Austria, in Malinas (1517). The urban architecture continues conserving characteristic gothic (houses of Ghent and Malinas), with the exception of the great buildings, like the city councils of Antwerp (1561-65), and Leyden, where the flamenco Renaissance reaches its greater purity. The sculpture has its proincipales centers in Dijon and Tournai, excelling in the stature of ashlar masonries of choir and altarpieces, that are exported to everybody. In the Renaissance period they emphasized sculptors like Conrad Meit, author of the Daisy tomb of Austria, in the church of Brou; Jean Dubrouecq, to that must part of the choir of Santa Waudru, in Mons, and Jean Mone, that the tomb of Antonio de Lalaingen realises, in Hoogstraete, and the altarpiece of San Martin de Hal. The flamenco painting surpasses in interest, perfection and beauty to the other arts, obtaining universal height and influencing of decisive form in numerous European teachers. The call flamenco school, characterized by the attention to detail in the drawing, the wealth and vivacity of the colorful one, the introduction of the landscape and the interiors, and the representation of scenes of the daily life, begins to form in century XV, with the brothers Hubert, and Jean Van Eyck, authors of the famous polptico of San Bavn de Ghent, " The lamb mstico" , that the artists of its time they judged as the masterpiece for all time.