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Master of the Lanckoronski Annunciation
Niccolò Roccatagliata
early 17th century
Botticelli (Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi)
ca. 1485–92
Hans Memling
1480–89
Master of the Annunciation to the Shepherds
Hans Memling
ca. 1465–70
Robert Campin
ca. 1427–32
Master of the Orléans Triptych
late 19th–early 20th century
Master of the Codex of Saint George
ca. 1330–35
Master of the Triptych of Louis XII
probably early 16th century
Petrus Christus
ca. 1445
ca. 1420–30
Gerard David
1506
Joos van Cleve
ca. 1525
Master of the Magdalen
Master of the Berswordt Altar
ca. 1400
The Limbourg Brothers
1405–1408/1409
Master of the Munich Bavarian Panels
ca. 1450
South German (Bavarian?) Painter
1440–50
Master of the Dominican Effigies
ca. 1325
Master of the Codex of Saint George
ca. 1330–35
Master of the Berswordt Altar
ca. 1400
Master of Monte Oliveto
ca. 1320
Biduinus
ca. 1175
Lorenzo Monaco (Piero di Giovanni)
ca. 1406–10
Morata Master
Master of the Saint Ursula Legend
ca. 1485
Austrian
ca. 1390
Workshop of the Master of the High Foreheads
probably early 16th century
Amhara peoples
late 14th–early 15th century
Master of the Saint Catherine Legend
Master of the Triptych of Louis XII
early 16th century
South Netherlandish
ca. 1410–20
Justus of Ghent
ca. 1475
Master Pertoldus
1494
Master of the Orléans Triptych
16th century
Giotto di Bondone
possibly ca. 1320
Austrian
ca. 1390
Master of Charles of France
1465
Giovanni di ser Giovanni Guidi (called Scheggia)
ca. 1449