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Juan de Flandeslocked

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Flemish, 15th – 16th century, male.

Active in Spain.

Died before 16 December 1519, in Palencia.

Painter. Religious subjects, portraits.

Juan de Flandes was a painter at the court of Isabella of Spain from 1496 to 1504. He produced small paintings for the queen's oratory, working with Michel Sittow, of which 15 are still extant in Madrid. He also painted the master altar of the university chapel in Salamanca, as well as the master altar of the cathedral in Palencia, which shows 12 scenes from the ...

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