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Francesco Quinterio

Italian mason and architect. He is first recorded in Pisa (1462–3) with other Lombard stonecutters employed to carve the marble tracery for the Gothic windows of the Camposanto (cemetery), adjacent to the cathedral. From 1472 he is recorded as a master mason, responsible for the completion of the church of ...

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French, 16th century, male.

Died 1531.

Glass painter.

Active between 1522 and 1531, Engrand Le Prince was one of the chief artists of the golden age of Renaissance stained glass. The greater part of the stained glass in the churches of Beauvais is thought to have been made by him....

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French glass painter. He was a local artist working at the court of René I, Duke of Anjou (reg 1409–80), and was one of the great exponents of the last phase of Gothic stained glass in France. From 1434 to 1448 he was charged with the regular repair of the glass in ...

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Swiss, 16th century, male.

Active in Zurich.

Died 1540At the latest.

Glass painter.

One of the best stained glass artists of the early Renaissance in Switzerland, Conrad Wirz worked at the abbey of Wettingen.