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Master of the Church Fathers' Border
late 15th century
Master of the Church Fathers' Border
ca. 1470–85
ca. 1470–85
Master of Pedret
ca. 1100
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
Western Tibet or Ladakh
14th century
Master of Saint Augustine
ca. 1490
Master of the Berswordt Altar
ca. 1400
Master of Charles of Durazzo
Master of the Berswordt Altar
ca. 1400
Justus of Ghent
ca. 1475
Lucas Cranach the Elder
ca. 1510
Central Italian
carved 1000s, assembled 1100s or 1200s
ca. 1420–30
ca. 1175
Jean Hey (called Master of Moulins)
ca. 1490
Hans Schäufelein
ca. 1510
Master of the Dominican Effigies
ca. 1325
Master of Frankfurt
possibly 1496–1502
Hendrick ter Brugghen
ca. 1624–25
Jan van Goyen
Master of the Munich Bavarian Panels
ca. 1450
Andrea Mantegna
shortly after 1450
Master Marcus
ca. 1411
Italian, Neapolitan Follower of Giotto
ca. 1335–45
Master of the Virgin among Virgins
Jacopo Bassano (Jacopo da Ponte)
ca. 1590
Master of the Virgin Mary's Reliquary Casket
early 13th century
Greek, Attic
ca. 375–350 BCE
Master of the View of Saint Gudula
ca. 1480
Master of Roussillon
ca. 1420–30
Catholic Church
Master of Saint Francis
Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia
Edouard Manet
Giovanni di ser Giovanni Guidi (called Scheggia)
ca. 1449
Hans Holbein the Younger
Master of the Acts of Mercy
Jean-François Roumier
ca. 1720–25, with later additions
Master of the Saint Ursula Legend
ca. 1485