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Retable of Saints John the Baptist and Catherine
Oil, Tempera on panel. 1410 - 1412
Sevilla, Juan de (Author Of The Original Work); Juan Soreda
Retable of Saints John the Baptist and Catherine
Oil, Tempera on panel. 1410 - 1412
Sevilla, Juan de (Author Of The Original Work); Juan Soreda

This is the central panel of an altarpiece from Siguenza Cathedral, part of which is preserved in the sacristy. It was made up of ten panels distributed into five vertical sections and a predella. The Prado owns five of them. Two key moments marked the history of the altarpiece of Saint John the Baptist and Saint Catherine, originally sited in a chapel at the east end of Sigüenza Cathedral. T

The King of England is Informed of Saint Ursula’s Proposal
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1410
Mateu, Jaume
The King of England is Informed of Saint Ursula’s Proposal
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1410
Mateu, Jaume

The panels come from the Dominican church of San Pablo in Palencia, where they formed part of an altarpiece dedicated to Saint Ursula, the daughter of the king of Brittany, famous for her beauty and Christian virtue. In the first scene, the monarch and the young woman receive an ambassador who informs them that Conan, the son of the king of England, has made a proposal of marriage. In the second,

The Petition of Saint Ursula's Hand in Marriage
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1410
Mateu, Jaume
The Petition of Saint Ursula's Hand in Marriage
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1410
Mateu, Jaume

The panels come from the Dominican church of San Pablo in Palencia, where they formed part of an altarpiece dedicated to Saint Ursula, the daughter of the king of Brittany, famous for her beauty and Christian virtue. Together with Gonçal Peris, Jaume Mateu is one of the most representative artists of the second generation of International Gothic in Valencia. Trained at the workshop of his u

Our Lady of the Milk between Saint Bernard and Saint Benedict
Tempera, Gilded on panel. 1400 - 1415
Lembrí, Pere (?)
Our Lady of the Milk between Saint Bernard and Saint Benedict
Tempera, Gilded on panel. 1400 - 1415
Lembrí, Pere (?)

According to the legend, the lactation of Saint Bernard occurred during a dream, and through it he acquired the gift of eloquence. Originally from the Cistercian monastery of Nuestra Señora in Benifazá (Castellón), the panel constitutes a triple homage to Mary, Saint Bernard (founder of the order) and Saint Benedict, who appears in it because the Cistercians belonged to the Be

Saint Dominic and four Saints
Tempera on panel. 1405
Peris, Gonçal; Gener, Guerau
Saint Dominic and four Saints
Tempera on panel. 1405
Peris, Gonçal; Gener, Guerau

Gonçal Peris, in association with the Catalan artist Guerau Gener, was commissioned to produce the altarpiece dedicated to Saint Dominic and the doctor saints for a chapel in Valencia Cathedral. The central panel shows Saint Dominic with the lily and the book, symbols of purity and wisdom. His expressively shadowed face is close to the style of Marçal de Sax, a German painter active

Our Lady of Humility
Mixed method, Tempera on panel. Ca. 1400
Nicolau, Pere
Our Lady of Humility
Mixed method, Tempera on panel. Ca. 1400
Nicolau, Pere

The composition follows the model of Our Lady of Humility, an iconography inspired by the mendicant orders that heightens Mary’s humanity and proximity to worshippers by showing her seated on a pillow rather than a throne. The refined elegance, soft colouring and rhythmic calligraphy are habitual in Pere Nicolau, although the success of the formulae employed and their many associations with other

The Agony in the Garden with the Donor Louis I d’Orléans
Tempera grassa on oak panel. 1405 - 1408
Laon, Colart de (?)
The Agony in the Garden with the Donor Louis I d’Orléans
Tempera grassa on oak panel. 1405 - 1408
Laon, Colart de (?)

Few French paintings from the early fifteenth century have survived and works of this quality and importance are exceptionally rare. The nettle leaves on the sleeves of the donor, who appears here presented by Saint Agnes, have allowed him to be identified as Louis I d’Orléans (1372-1407), brother of the French king, Charles VI and regent from 1393. The high quality of the almost miniaturis

The Virgin Annunciate
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Peris, Gonçal
The Virgin Annunciate
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Peris, Gonçal

The two panels (P2720 and P2721) formed an exquisite portable diptych dedicated to the moment when the Archangel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will conceive the Son of God. Despite paint losses, we can still appreciate the delicacy of the faces and the fluency of the evanescent, almost weightless figures represented against an abstract gold background with multiple sgraffiti of leaves and flo

The Archangel Gabriel
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Peris, Gonçal
The Archangel Gabriel
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Peris, Gonçal

These panels (P2721-P2721) formed an exquisite portable diptych dedicated to the moment when the Archangel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will conceive the Son of God. Despite paint losses, we can still appreciate the delicacy of the faces and the fluency of the evanescent, almost weightless figures represented against an abstract gold background with multiple sgraffiti of leaves and flowers.

Altarpiece of Saint Michael (left side panels)
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1440
Master Of Arguis
Altarpiece of Saint Michael (left side panels)
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1440
Master Of Arguis

The three scenes, which come from an altarpiece at the church of San Miguel in Arguis (Huesca), narrate episodes which evoke the supernatural power of the archangel, especially against the actions of the devil: the victory over the rebel angels, the psychostasia or weighing of souls, and the appearance of the saint on Mount Gargano in the form of a bull. Their artist, a master who remains anonymou

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