Master of Třeboň

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Bohemian painter, active in the late 14th century, named after his main work, three panels (c.1380–90) from an altarpiece originally in the monastery at Třeboň (Wittingau in German) in the Czech Republic and now in the National Gallery, Prague. He was the outstanding Bohemian painter of his time and because of his combination of elegant forms and naturalistic details he is sometimes claimed as a pioneer of the International Gothic style.

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