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Masters of the Gothic Art

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Masters of the Gothic Art
 
 
 
1
Master M S
Master M Z
Master Thomas de Coloswar
Master of Alkmaar
Master of Avila
Master of Budapest

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Master of Moulins
Master of Female Half-length
Master of Heiligenkreuz
Master of Hoogstraeten
Master of Saint Cecilia
Master of Saint Gilles
Master of San Francesco Bardi
Master of the Aix Annunciation
Master of the Aix-en-Chapel Altarpiece

3
Master of the Avignon School
Master of the Bambino Vispo
Master of the Castello Nativity
Master of the Catholic Kings
Master of the Joseph Legend
Master of the Housebook

4
Master of the Legend of St. Ursula
Master of the Life of St John the Baptist
Master of the Lyversberg Passion
Master of the Pfullendorf Altar
Master of the Saint Lucy Legend
Master of the Polling Panels
Master of the Tegernsee Passion
Master of the Trebon Altarpiece
Master of the Vienna Adoration
Master of the Virgo inter Virgines
Masters Bohemian

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Master of the Votive Picture of St Lambrecht
Masters Austrian
Master Dutch
Masters Flemish

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Masters French
Masters German
 
 
 
Master of Moulins

( fl c. 1480–c. 1500). Painter, probably of south Netherlandish origin, active in France. He is named after the triptych of the Virgin and Child Adored by Angels with Saints and Donors in Moulins Cathedral. Many of the works attributed to the Master can be associated with members of the Bourbon court at Moulins, and he may have been their court painter. Given the poor survival rate of French 15th-century panels, a surprisingly large number of works can be attributed to him, allowing for workshop intervention. They show a master whose revealing images of powerful intensity combine the daring colour and compositional ideas of van der Goes with the looser technique and Italianate motifs fashionable in France. He has been plausibly identified as Jean Hey.




Madonna Enthroned with Saints
1498-99
Cathedral, Moulins



Portrait of Margaret of Austria
1490-91
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York



Pierre de Bourbon and his Patron Saint
1498-99
Cathedral, Moulins







Anne de France, Wife of Pierre de Bourbon
1498-99
Cathedral, Moulins



Pierre II, Duke of Bourbon, Presented by St. Peter
1492-93
Musee du Louvre, Paris


 

Anne of France presented by Saint John the Evangelist
1488
Musée du Louvre, Paris


The Annunciation
1500
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago


Portrait of Charles II of Bourbon
c. 1485
Alte Pinakothek, Munich


Madonna and Child Adored by Angels
c. 1490
Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels


Mary Magdalen and a Donator
1498-1500
Musee du Louvre, Paris

 
 
 
 
Master of Female Half-length

Dutch painter (active 1530-1540)
Master of Flemalle. Early Netherlandish painter, now generally accepted to have been the same artist as both the Master of Merode and Robert Campm (c 1380—1444). Campin worked in Tournai, becoming a citizen in 1423. Despite being 'mildly persecuted' for political activity and 'living in concubinage' his reputation remained high. J. Daret and Rogier van der Weyden were his pupils. No major works were known before the association of his name with works attributed to the Master of Flemalle, which include: Nativity, The Werl altarpiece. Miracle of the Rod and Betrothal of the Virgin, Portrait of a Man, Virgin and Child before a Tire-screen and Madonna in Clory. Attributed to the Master of Mcrode is the important triptych now in the Metropolitan Museum. As controversial as the artist's identity is the question of his precedence in relation to Jan van Eyck. His naturalism of style shows a quite different feeling to Van Eyck's but is hardly less revolutionary. He was probably the inventor of the painted
statues in grisaille on the backs of the wing panels ot altarpicces and of distant views of townscapes seen through windows.




Madonna and Child
c. 1530
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg



Concert of Women
1530-40
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg




 

Master of Heiligenkreuz

Austrian painter (active in the early 1400s)


Annunciation
c. 1410
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna


The Death of St. Clare
1410
National Gallery of Art, Washington



Master of Hoogstraeten

Flemish painter (active c. 1490-1530)




Adoration of the Magi
Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp


Madonna and Child with Sts Catherine and Barbara
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

 
 
 
 
Master of Saint Cecilia

Italian painter, Florentine school (active 1300-20 in Florence)



Legend of St Francis: 26. The Healing of a Devotee of the Saint
c. 1300
Fresco
Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi



Legend of St Francis: 27. Confession of a Woman Raised from the Dead
1300
Fresco
Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi




Legend of St Francis: 28. Liberation of the Repentant Heretic
1300
Fresco
Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi




Saint Cecilia Altarpiece
c. 1304
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence



Master of Saint Gilles

( fl Paris, c. 1490–1510).

French painter. He is named after two small panel paintings depicting episodes from the Life of St Giles, the reverses of which are painted in grisaille and show figures in niches: St Peter on the reverse of the Mass of St Giles and a Bishop Saint (perhaps St Loup) on the back of St Giles Protecting a Hind (both London, N.G.). Two further panels of similar character and format, also originally with grisaille figures on the reverses (apparently separated in recent times and now untraced), are evidently by the same artist. On the reverse of the Baptism of King Clovis by St Rémi (also identified as the Baptism of the Nobleman Lisbius by St Denis) was formerly St Denis, and on the reverse of an Episode from the Life of a Bishop Saint (identified either as St Loup Curing the Children, or, more probably, as St Rémi Converting the Arian Bishop Genebaut) was St Giles (both Washington, DC, N.G.A.). The costumes depicted in all four panels provide some basis for dating them. Certain Italianate details in the dress imply a date after 1495, when Charles VIII returned from his Italian campaign, while the bulky garments worn by the men and their long hair suggest a date close to 1500.




The Baptism of Clovis
1500
Wood
National Gallery of Art, Washington



St Gilles and the Hind
c. 1500
National Gallery, London



The Mass of St Gilles
c. 1500
National Gallery, London

 
 
 
 
 
Master of San Francesco Bardi

Italian painter, Florentine school (active 1240-1270)




St Francis Receiving the Stigmata
1240-50
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence



Crucifix with scenes from Calvary
mid-13th century
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence



Master of the Aix Annunciation

French painter (active in 1440s)


The Annunciation
1445
Eglise de la Madeleine, Aix-en-Provence


Prophet Jeremiah and Christ
1443-45
Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels




 

Master of the Aix-en-Chapel Altarpiece

French painter (active between 1480-1520)



Madonna and Child
1490-1500
Alte Pinakothek, Munich

 
 
 

 
 
 
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