Gothic Era



Masters of the Gothic Art

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Masters of the Gothic Art
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Master M Z
Master Thomas de Coloswar
Master of Alkmaar
Master of Avila
Master of Budapest
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
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
Master of the Legend of St. Ursula
Master of the Life of Saint 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
Master of the Votive Picture of Sankt Lambrecht
Masters Austrian
Master Dutch
Masters Flemish
Masters French
Masters German
Masters Hungarian
Masters Italian
Masters Spanish
    Exploration: Gothic Era  (Gothic and Early Renaissance)


Master of Female Half-length

Master of Heiligenkreuz

Master of Hoogstraeten




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

The Hermitage, St. Petersburg




Master of Heiligenkreuz
Austrian painter (active in the early 1400s)




c. 1410
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

The Death of St. Clare

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



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