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Master of the View of st Gudule
Gery Preaching with the Church of st Gudule at Brussels in the background (mk05)

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Master of the View of st Gudule Gery Preaching with the Church of  st Gudule at Brussels in the background (mk05)
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Master of the View of st Gudule Gery Preaching with the Church of  st Gudule at Brussels in the background (mk05)


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Master of the View of st Gudule

active in Brussels 1470-1490  Related Paintings of Master of the View of st Gudule :. | Paradise | Blick auf den Hudson | Portrait of a Goldsmith G | Sheperds on Tatey | Three Miracles of St Zanobius:driving the demon out of two youths,reviving a dead child,restoring sight to a blind man |
Related Artists:
Fred Morgan
British 1856-1927
Sienese school
The Sienese School of painting flourished in Siena, Italy between the 13th and 15th centuries and for a time rivaled Florence, though it was more conservative, being inclined towards the decorative beauty and elegant grace of late Gothic art. Its most important representatives include Duccio, whose work shows Byzantine influence; his pupil Simone Martini; Pietro and Ambrogio Lorenzetti; Domenico and Taddeo di Bartolo; Sassetta and Matteo di Giovanni. Unlike the naturalistic Florentine art, there is a mystical streak in Sienese art, characterized by a common focus on miraculous events, with less attention to proportions, distortions of time and place, and often dreamlike coloration. In the 16th century the Mannerists Beccafumi and Il Sodoma worked there. While Baldassare Peruzzi was born and trained in Siena, his major works and style reflect his long career in Rome. The economic and political decline of Siena by the 16th century, and its eventual subjugation by Florence, largely checked the development of Sienese painting, although it also meant that a good proportion of Sienese works in churches and public buildings were not discarded or destroyed by new paintings or rebuilding. Siena remains a remarkably well-preserved Italian late-Medieval town.
Marmaduke Cradock
British 17th






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