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Master of the Catholic Kings
Master of the Joseph Legend
Master of the Housebook
Master of the Legend of St. Ursula
Master of the Life of Saint John the Baptist
Master of the Lyversberg Passion
Master of the Pfullendorf Altar
Master of the Saint Lucy Legend
Master of the Polling Panels
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Master of the Trebon Altarpiece
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Master of the Life of Saint John the Baptist

Master of the Lyversberg Passion

Master of the Pfullendorf Altar

 





 

 

Master of the Life of Saint John the Baptist
Italian painter (active 1325-1350 in Rimini)

 

 


Scenes from the Life of Saint John the Baptist

1330-40
National Gallery of Art, Washington
 

 

 

 


The Baptism of Christ
probably 1330/1340

 

 

 


Madonna and Child with Angels
probably 1330/1340

 
 
                
 

 
 
Master of the Pfullendorf Altar
 

( fl c. 1500). German painter. He is named after a double-winged altarpiece (c. 1500), supposedly from the parish church at Pfullendorf, of which eight panels of the Life of the Virgin and Prophets have survived. In reconstruction the cycle presents two rows, one above the other, each with four panels depicting the Life of the Virgin (Sigmaringen, Fürst. Hohenzoll. Samml. & Hofbib.; Stuttgart, Staatsgal.; Frankfurt am Main, Städel. Kstinst. & Städt. Gal.), which together formed the second view of the altarpiece. When closed, it showed four scenes of the Passion (now almost completely destr.), on the reverse sides of the outer wings. The shrine that belonged to the third view is lost, but there is evidence that it contained carved relief figures of St Ottilie and a second female saint. The eight surviving half-length pictures of Prophets (Stuttgart, Staatsgal.) may have been next to the scenes from the Life of the Virgin, as the figures are positioned outside the picture axis of the painted scenes (Bushart), or may have formed the front and reverse of upper side extensions that covered the higher central shrine (Rettich).

 

 

The Birth of Mary

Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart
 
 
 

 

Master of the Lyversberg Passion
German painter (active 1460-1490 in Cologne)

 

       


Lyversberg Passion (detail)

Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
 
 
 
 

Lyversberg Passion (detail)

Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
 
 
 
 

Lyversberg Passion (detail)

Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
 
 
 
 

Lyversberg Passion (detail)

Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
 

 

 

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