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Master of the Furies
17th century
Master of Pedret
ca. 1100
Western Tibet or Ladakh
14th century
Master of Saint Augustine
ca. 1490
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
Bastis Master
2600–2400 BCE
Master of the Codex of Saint George
ca. 1330–35
Jacob Halder
1586
Master of the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
probably mid-17th century
Osservanza Master
ca. 1435
Tilman Heysacker
late 15th century
Lautenbach Master
ca. 1480
probably early 17th century
Black Fury Group
first quarter of the 4th century BCE
Master Heinrich of Constance
ca. 1310–20
Black Fury Painter
ca. 400–380 BCE
Black Fury Painter
ca. 400–380 BCE
Jean Hey (called Master of Moulins)
ca. 1490
Master of Frankfurt
possibly 1496–1502
Jacques Demé
1690–91
Master of the Lorsch Calvary
ca. 1440
Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet
ca. 1480–90
Master of the Virgin among Virgins
Master of Rimini
ca. 1450
ca. 1420–30
Italian, Neapolitan Follower of Giotto
ca. 1335–45
Hendrick ter Brugghen
ca. 1624–25
Master I. D. C.
probably early 17th century
Master of the Virgin Mary's Reliquary Casket
early 13th century
Master of the Virgin Mary's Reliquary Casket
early 13th century
Master of Rimini
ca. 1420–30
Jacques-Nicolas Roettiers
1775–76
Jan van Goyen
1646
Turkey, possibly Istanbul, in the style of Turkman armor
late 15th–16th century
French, Limoges
ca. 1560–70
French, Limoges
ca. 1560–70
Master of the Orléans Triptych
late 19th–early 20th century
Master of the Berswordt Altar
ca. 1400
Margaret Neilson Armstrong
1910
Joachim Friess
ca. 1620