Cimabue - Pre-Renaissance Art
Cimabue-Giovanni Cenni di Peppi Cimabue (c. 1240--1302), also known as Bencivieni di Pepo or in modern Italian, Benvenuto di Giuseppe, was a Florentine pain...
Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Ambrogio Lorenzetti (or Ambruogio Laurati; c. 1290 June 9, 1348) was an Italian painter of the Sienese school. He was active between approximately from 1317 ...
Guariento di Arpo
Guariento (1310-1370), sometimes incorrectly named Guerriero, was the first Paduan painter of distinction (fl. 1355).The only date distinctly known in his career is 1355, when, having already acquired...
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Barone Berlinghieri
Barone Berlinghieri was an Italian painter. He was the son of Berlingherus from Milan who was still living in 1250. He executed several painted crucifixes; among others one for the Pieve of Casabascia...
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Berlinghiero Berlinghieri
Berlinghiero Berlinghieri, also known as Berlinghiero of Lucca, (fl. 1228 – between 1236 and 1240) was an Italian painter of the early thirteenth century. He was the father of the painters Baron...
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Melchior Broederlam
Melchior Broederlam (born Ypres, perhaps c. 1350; died Ypres?, after 1409) was one of the earliest Early Netherlandish painters to whom surviving works can be confidently attributed. He worked mostly ...
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Blasco de Grañén
Blasco de Grañén (ca. 1400, Zaragoza, Spain - October 1459, Zaragoza) (known as: "Master of Lanaja") was a Gothic painter active in Aragon from 1422. He became the appointed painter to Juan II of Arag...
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Ulrich Apt the Elder
Ulrich Apt the Elder (1460-1532), was a German Late-Gothic painter.
Apt was born in Augsburg, and lived and worked there all of his life. He became an independent master in 1481. He ran a workshop...
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Stefano da Verona
Stefano da Verona (or da Zevio; c. 1379 – c. 1438) was an Italian painter who was active in Verona.He was the son of the French painter Jean d'Arbois, who had come to Italy at the court for Gian Galea...
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Segna di Bonaventura
Segna di Bonaventura, also known as Segna de Bonaventura, and as Segna di Buonaventura, was an Italian painter of the Sienese School. He was active from about 1298 to 1331. In 1306 he painted a panel ...
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Altichiero
Altichiero da Verona (c. 1330 – c. 1390), also called Aldighieri da Zevio, was an Italian painter of the Gothic style. A follower of Giotto, Altichiero is credited with founding the Veronese school. ...
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Gherardo Starnina
Gherardo Starnina (c. 1360–1413) was an Italian painter from Florence in the Quattrocento era.According to the biographer Giorgio Vasari, Starnina initially trained with Antonio Veneziano, then with A...
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Stefan Lochner
Stefan Lochner (1400 or 1410 – 1451) was a German painter working in the late Gothic style. He was active in Cologne, Germany, and is best known for the Altar of the City Patrons triptych, paint...
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Tommaso degli Stefani
Tommaso degli Stefani (1231–1310) was an Italian artist, working in Naples.
Dominici, in his Lives of the Neapolitan Painters, attempts to prove that the art was practised at Naples by this master...
Giovanni da Milano
Giovanni da Milano (Giovanni di Jacopo di Guido da Caversaccio) was an Italian painter, known to be active in Florence and Rome between 1346 and 1369.His style is, like many Florentine painters of the...
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Gonzalo Pérez
Gonzalo Pérez, or Gonçal Peris Sarrià, was a Catalan painter of the first half of the 15th century. His life is scarcely documented. He executed altarpieces and devotional paintings in his hometown, V...
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Jaume Mateu
Jaume Mateu (1382–1452) was a Valencian painter of the Gothic style. The nephew and collaborator of Pere Nicolau, he is known to have worked in Valencia from 1402 to 1453.Works attributed to him inclu...
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Battista di Biagio Sanguigni
Battista di Biagio Sanguigni, formerly known as the Master of 1419 (active 1393–1451) was an Italian painter from the region around Florence in the first half of the 15th century.
The painte...
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Barna da Siena
Barna da Siena, also known as Berna di Siena, was a Sienese painter active from about 1330 to 1350, and was the painter in Siena during this period. He learned his trade from Simone Martini. Barna i...
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Luca di Tommè
Luca di Tommè (or Luca Thome) (c. 1330–1389) was an Italian painter active between 1356 and 1389 in Siena. He was a colleague of Bartolo di Fredi. He created his images using tempera on wood panels, ...
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Lucas Moser
Lucas Moser (c 1390 - c 1434), was a German Late-Gothic painter.
Moser was born in Ulm, and is part of the early Ulm School of artists such as Hans Multscher. Not much is known about his life. Mos...
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Puccio Capanna
Puccio Capanna was an Italian painter of the first half of the 14th century, who lived and worked in Assisi, Umbria, Italy between 1341 and 1347. He is also called Puccio Campana. Capanna was original...
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Master of the Malchin Altar
The Master of the Malchin Altar (German: Meister des Malchiner Altar) was a northern German Late Gothic painter who was active in Hamburg in the first half of the 15th century. The master acquired his...
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Bernt Notke
 Bernt Notke  (born c. 1435 in Lassan in Pomerania; died winter 1508/1509 in Lübeck) was the most important German painter and sculptor in Northern Europe in his times.Most famous is his scu...
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