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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 Arrival in England of Saint Ursula
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Mateu, Jaume
The Arrival in England of Saint Ursula
Tempera on panel. 1425 - 1450
Mateu, Jaume

These works formed the upper section of the Altar Piece of Saint Ursula in the church of San Pablo in Palencia. The style of these paintings, typical of the International Gothic, led them to originally be considered Valencian. The painter follows the Golden Legend by Jacobus de Voragine (thirteenth century). Each story, translated into bright colours, abundant amounts of gold, and in different set

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

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