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The Visitation
Oil on panel. Ca. 1500
Master Of Perea
The Visitation
Oil on panel. Ca. 1500
Master Of Perea

This is a scene from the New Testament (Luke 1, 39-56) when the Virgin Mary is pregnant with Jesus. Accompanied by Saint Joseph, she goes to visit her cousin, Elizabeth, who is pregnant with Saint Joh [+]

The Virgin nursing the Child
Mixed method on panel. Ca. 1490
Master Bartolomé
The Virgin nursing the Child
Mixed method on panel. Ca. 1490
Master Bartolomé

This is the only panel signed by this painter, who worked with Fernando Gallego on the former high altar of the cathedral of Ciudad Rodrigo (University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona). It i [+]

The Crucifixion
Mixed method on panel. Ca. 1460
Sánchez, Juan
The Crucifixion
Mixed method on panel. Ca. 1460
Sánchez, Juan

This painter from Burgos represents the transition from the international Gothic style in which he was formed to the hispano-flemish style, whose models he adapts with his personal manner. The three f [+]

Christ Blessing
Mixed method on panel. 1494 - 1496
Gallego, Fernando
Christ Blessing
Mixed method on panel. 1494 - 1496
Gallego, Fernando

On his throne, wearing a red tunic and holding the globe of the World in his left hand, Christ offers his blessing with his right. He is flanked by figures representing the Church and the Synagogue an [+]

Pietà
Mixed method on pine panel. 1465 - 1470
Gallego, Fernando
Pietà
Mixed method on pine panel. 1465 - 1470
Gallego, Fernando

By all indications, this panel at the Museo del Prado with the signature FERNA[N]DO GALLEG[U]S is the earliest surviving work by that painter from Salamanca. While some scholars think he must have mad [+]

Saint Hippolyte curing the Leg of the Oxherd Peter
Mixed method on panel. 1419 - 1421
Borrassà, Luis
Saint Hippolyte curing the Leg of the Oxherd Peter
Mixed method on panel. 1419 - 1421
Borrassà, Luis

This painting formed part of an altar piece commissioned by Canon Ferrer Despujol for the Chapel of Saint Lawrence in Barcelona Cathedral. It is a characteristic work of the final stage of the painter [+]

A Prophet (fragment)
Mixed method on panel. 1450 - 1475
Master Of St. George And The Princess (Attributed To)
A Prophet (fragment)
Mixed method on panel. 1450 - 1475
Master Of St. George And The Princess (Attributed To)

This fragment of an altarpiece was attributed to the Hispano-Flemish painter Martín de Soria and more recently to Jaume Huguet. However, the evident Aragonese influence has led to an attributio [+]

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

This is probably the central panel of the Altar Piece of Saint Dominic, Saints Cosme and Damian painted for the chapel of Saint Dominic in the Cathedral of Valencia. It is the result of the collaborat [+]

Miracles of the Doctor Saints Cosmas and Damian
Oil on panel. Ca. 1510
Rincón, Fernando del
Miracles of the Doctor Saints Cosmas and Damian
Oil on panel. Ca. 1510
Rincón, Fernando del

Rincón worked in Aragon but primarily in Castile where he contributed to introducing the Renaissance style. This large-format panel from Guadalajara combines a Renaissance spatial approach and [+]

The Virgin Annunciate
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Mateu, Jaime (Attributed To)
The Virgin Annunciate
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Mateu, Jaime (Attributed To)

These two panels (P2720 and P2721) would have been part of a portable diptych. They depict the moment when the Archangel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will conceive the Son of God. The divine bre [+]

The Archangel Gabriel
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Mateu, Jaime (Attributed To)
The Archangel Gabriel
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Mateu, Jaime (Attributed To)

These panels (P2721) would have been part of a portable diptych. They depict the moment when the Archangel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will conceive the Son of God. The divine breath descending [+]

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