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Martin Schongauer

(c. 1440—1491)

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Colmar

Colmar  

Attested from 823, not far from the mother-parish of Horburg, Colmar (Columbarium) was the chief town of a fisc given by Louis the Pious to the abbey of Münster (founded ...
drapery

drapery  

The artistic depiction of draped clothing in classical antiquity was not recovered at the Renaissance, but rather had a continuous history from antiquity to the Renaissance. For centuries after the ...
Fernando Gallego

Fernando Gallego  

(fl. 1468–1507),Spanish painter of Galician extraction and the principal exponent of the Hispano-Flemish style in Spanish art. Between 1479 and 1493 he painted the ceiling of the Old Library ...
Limoges enamel

Limoges enamel  

A school of enamel painters which began in Limoges, France, in the mid-12th century and flourished until the 14th, using the champlevé technique. It became the main centre for ecclesiastical enamels, ...
vox Populi

vox Populi  

The opinions or beliefs of the majority; the Latin phrase is recorded in English from the mid 16th century.vox pop abbreviation meaning popular opinion as represented by informal comments from ...

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