Master of Liesborn

(fl. c. 1460—1490)

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(fl. c.1460–90),

German painter whose name derives from an altarpiece painted for the Benedictine abbey in Liesborn (near Münster); six of the fourteen surviving fragments are in the National Gallery in London.


Subjects: Renaissance Art — Early Modern History (1500 to 1700).

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