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Last NameMoyne de Morgues    
Given NameJacques le    
alt. NamesJ. l. M. d. M. ;     
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Year born1533 about in Dieppe, France    
Year died1588    
Place of deathLondon    
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Country of ActivityUnited Kingdom    
Worked forJean-Théodore de Bry: Historiae americanae (1591, pt 2) ; Le Moyne: Key Fields (1586) ; Cde Passe: Hortus Floridus (1614-17) ; Thomas Harriot: A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia (ed. 1590), reprint New York 1972; illustr. for Laudonnière during the Florda expedition of 1563-65 where he escaped the savage massacre of the Spanish troups    
Patronagecolonial exped. of Jean Ribault and René Laudonnière; Sir Walther Raleigh; Lady Mary Sidney    
Collaboratorsartist -> John White ; engr-> Theodor de Bry ; engr. -> Crispin de Passe ;     
Techniquesbotanical and natural painting, watercolor, gouache, and cartography    
Sample(s)http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/photos/native/lemoyne/lemoyne.htm    
Archival sourcesBritish Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum London    
Published sourcesNissen: Botan. Buchillustration 1966; Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 ; Pinault 1991: 64, 107, 127, 130, 142 & 144 ; Saunders 1995: 34 ; Paul Hulton in his introduction to Thomas Harriot: A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia (ed. 1590), reprint New York 1972: xii-xiv;    
otherFurther Places of Activity: France and USA (colonial expedtions to Florida 1562-1565). By the 1580s, J. l. M. d. M. had settled in England "for religion"    
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