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Italian, 15th century, male.

Active at the end of the 15th century.

Sculptor. Religious subjects. Decorative schemes.

Venetian School.

According to records, from 1462 to 1486 Pier Antonio dell'Abate, together with the brothers Lorenzo and Cristoforo Canozi da Lendinara, produced woodcarvings for stalls in the churches of S Antonio in Padua, Santa in Monta in Venice and S Francisco in Treviso. Elements of his work can still be found in Ferrara....

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French, 15th century, male.

Active in St-Maximin (near Marseilles).

Born c. 1375; died May 1450.

Painter. Religious subjects, figures. Decorative schemes.

Andreas Abellon was a Dominican prior. Archives studied by Albanès record that the convent bought three historiated tapestries in 1444, which could have been painted by Abellon. He may have been the decorator of the chancel of the chapel, which was built between ...

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Portuguese, 16th century, male.

Painter, decorative designer.

Simão de Abreu collaborated with Domingos Vieira and other artists on the decoration of the convent of Christ in Tomar. He is known principally for his seven altarpieces for the church's charola (processional way).

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French, 16th century, male.

Active in Arras at the beginning of the 16th century.

Painter. Religious subjects. Decorative schemes.

Arras School.

In 1501 Adam d'Avesne restored the panel of the master altar and painted banners for the church of La Ste-Croix in Arras.

Article

Italian, 15th century, male.

Active in Bologna.

Died 1469.

Painter. Religious subjects, figures. Decorative schemes, banners.

Bolognese School.

Agostino di Marsiglio received important commissions in Siena for a period of ten years. In 1442 he executed the decorative paintings for the chapels of S Giovanni and S Crescenzia. He also produced banners, standards and a crucifix, and two figures for the altar of the Nuova chapel....

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Italian, 14th century, male.

Engraver, marquetry worker. Religious subjects. Religious furnishings.

From 1331 to 1335, Andrea di Martino da Siena worked on the choir stalls at Orvieto Cathedral with Giovanni Ammanati da Siena and under the direction of Niccolo di Nuto. A record survives there showing his signature and the sum he was paid....

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Italian, 15th century, male.

Painter, marquetry worker. Religious subjects.

In 1489 and 1490, Angelo di Menicuccio da Iglianello collaborated with the painters Andrea Lombardo and Antonio di Bernardo Lombardo at Orvieto Cathedral. He painted a number of works, including a Pietà and was commissioned, with Antonio da Forlì, to paint a tabernacle and a crucifix....

Article

French, 16th century, male.

Active in Péronne between 1561 and 1578.

Died after 1578.

Painter, decorative artist. Religious subjects.

Guillaume Bauchart painted several works for the churches in Péronne.

Article

German, 16th century, male.

Died probably, in Odense, Denmark.

Sculptor (wood). Religious furnishings (altars).

Lübeck School.

Claus Berg made the altar for the Franciscan church at Odense in Denmark in about 1520. Berg was summoned to Odense by Queen Christina, and while there he married. An altar in Lübeck showing the Holy Family has been attributed to him, as well as an altar in Bregninge....

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Flemish School, 15th – 16th century, male.

Active in Brussels.

Sculptor (wood). Religious furnishings (altars).

Brussels School.

Jan Borreman was the head of a famous studio in Brussels producing retables in a style that was flamboyant and, in its expressiveness, akin to the painting of Rogier Van der Weyden. In around ...

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Italian, 15th century, male.

Active 1442-1509.

Born c. 1420, in Perugia; died c. 1505, in Perugia.

Painter, decorative artist, art restorer. Religious subjects. Banners, armorials.

Perugian School.

Bartolomeo Caporali was active between 1472 and 1499 in Perugia. Nothing is known of his training but from his first work, an ...

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Italian, 15th century, male.

Born 5 June 1436, in Lucca; died 12 October 1501, in Lucca.

Sculptor, architect. Religious furnishings (altars).

Florentine School.

Matteo Civitali was a pupil of Antonio Rossellino, then worked with his master in Florence. He was responsible for introducing printing to Lucca. His work as an architect includes the Palazzo Pretorio in Lucca: its plans are attributed to him. He was a humanist, and his first works as a sculptor were representations of humanists of his day: ...

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French, 15th century, male.

Sculptor, painter. Religious subjects. Decorative schemes.

From 1462 to 1481 Jacquet Cordonnier II worked for Troyes Cathedral, carving, among other things, Cain and Abel for the porch, and figures of angels, St Peter, and a crucifix for a reliquary. In 1486...

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Italian, 15th century, male.

Painter, decorative artist. Religious subjects.

Gherardo Costa I was active in Ferrara and generally tended to take on only small commissions. Nevertheless, he is known for a few cassoni (bridal chests) and altar paintings. He had four sons who also became painters....

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German, 15th – 16th century, male.

Born 1472, in Kronach (Bavaria); died 16 October 1553, in Weimar.

Painter, engraver, decorative artist. Mythological subjects, allegorical subjects, religious subjects, portraits.

Danube School (or style of).

Nothing is known of the start of Cranach's career or who his master was. The earliest of his extant paintings date from between 1502 and 1505, by which time he was already 30 years old, and they differ markedly from the rest of his work. Their style suggests that the young Cranach had been heavily influenced by Jan Pollak (or Pollonus) of Cracow, who settled in Munich about 1480. It also seems likely that Cranach went to Vienna about 1502, because his ...

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Swiss, 16th century, male.

Painter, decorative artist. Religious subjects.

Fribourg School.

Cuneman became a burgher of Fribourg in 1589. He painted a picture of St Nicolas and was a member of the Confraternity of St Luke.

Fribourg: St Nicholas

Article

German, 15th century, male.

Engraver, painter. Religious subjects. Religious furnishings (altars).

He worked in Bamberg at the end of the 15th century. He was previously presumed to have been the same artist as Lucas Cranach, but today this assumption is contested. He was, however, certainly influenced by the art of Franconia....

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Italian, 15th century, male.

Born 15th century, in Cremona.

Painter. Religious subjects. Wall decorations.

Lombard School.

Cristoforo Moretti flourished in his home town. Working in collaboration with Bembo, he decorated the ducal palace in Milan after Lomazzo and most notably executed a Passion there, which created a considerable stir. Reference is also made to a ...

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French, 15th – 16th century, male.

Born in Paris; died between 31 and 14 March 1532, in Avignon.

Painter, decorative designer. Religious subjects.

Provencal School.

Nicolas d'Ypres was the son of Nicolas d'Ypres the Elder and the presumed grandson of André d'Ypres. In 1495 his name appeared for the first time in Avignon, where he subsequently married (...

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French, 16th century, male.

Born c. 1514, in Limoges.

Painter, enameller. Religious subjects, mythological subjects.

The most notable member of the Nouailher family, Colin had a predilection for soft colours and frequently painted copies of engravings.

Cambridge (Fitzwilliam Mus.): ...