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Albert the painter


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Albert the painter

Albert the painter (fl c. 1460)

Albert the painter (died 1509), Painter, textile designer

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MASTER OF THE KING ALBERT ALTARPIECE - Painter

BAUR, Albert, the Younger (born 1868), Painter

MASTER OF THE DIABLERIES OF THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM - Painter, draughtsman

FROM PAINTER TO POET: THE VISUAL POETRY OF PIERRE ALBERT-BIROT IN LA LUNE OU LE LIVRE DES POÈMES

LLEWELLYN, William (1863 - 1941), Member of Royal West of England Academy; Hon. Member of the Royal Scottish Academy; Hon. Member of the Royal Hibernian Academy; Hon. Member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters; Hon. Fellow of the Society of Painter Etchers; Hon. Fellow Royal Institute of British Architects; Hon. Fellow of the Institute of British Decorators; Hon. Corresponding member of the National Academy of Design, New York; once a member of The New English Art Club, The Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, and Royal British Colonial Society of Artists—since resigned; Grand Officer of the Order of Orange Nassau, Holland; Grand Cross of the Crown of Italy; Commander of the Legion of Honour; Albert Medal, Royal Society of Arts

STRANGE, Edward Fairbrother (1862 - 1929), Officer, Order of the Crown of Belgium; late Keeper of Woodwork, Victoria and Albert Museum; Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Food, 1918–21; Hon. Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers; Hon. Member Art Workers Guild, Society of Graver-Printers in Colour, Senefelder Club; a Vice-President of the Worcestershire Association; Member of Council, Japan Society

 

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[Albertus pictor; Albertus Ymmenhusen] (fl c. 1460; d after 1509). Painter and textile designer, active in Sweden. He was probably of German origin. He married in 1473 and was a burgher of Stockholm, where he ran a workshop for liturgical embroidery. Apparently well-to-do, during the years 1501–7 he paid a higher tax than any other painter in Stockholm. About this time he also seems to have delivered an altarpiece to the Brigittine convent of Naantali (Swed. Nådendal) in Finland. He is last mentioned in 1509, when he played an instrument, probably the organ, at the Corpus Christi Guild of Stockholm.

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From The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Renaissance Art.



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