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Flemish School, 16th – 17th century, male.

Active in Liège.

Born 1585, according to the Grove.

Glass painter.

Renier Flémal was the father of Bertholet, Willem, Renier the Younger and a fourth son, Hendrik, who was a goldsmith. Renier the Elder collaborated with Jean Nivar on the stained glass windows in the church of St Paul in Liège depicting ...


Christiane Andersson

Swiss draughtsman, goldsmith, die-cutter, engraver, woodcut and stained-glass designer, painter and glass painter. He was the most original and gifted artist of the early Renaissance in German-speaking Switzerland. His highly imaginative drawings, created as independent works of art, are works of exceptional quality, vitality, expressiveness and often humour. For northern European art, Graf played an important role in the liberation of drawing from its traditionally subsidiary status as preparatory study for works of art in other media....


Stephen K. Scher

Italian medallist, glass painter and die engraver. He was one of the most prolific and able medallists of the Italian Renaissance, producing around 200 medals. He held various official positions including several in the mints of Emilian courts: in Ferrara (1554–9), in Bologna (...


Swiss, 16th – 17th century, male.

Active in Lucerne from 1595.

Died 29 April 1644, in Lucerne.

Glass painter, goldsmith.

Joseph Anton Schilliger was a mediocre glass painter.