Master of the Prado Redemption

(fl. c. 1470)

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(fl Brussels, c. 1470). South Netherlandish painter. He is named after a triptych of the Redemption (Madrid, Prado), which was at one time incorrectly believed to be the altarpiece (untraced) for St Aubert, Cambrai, commissioned from Rogier van der Weyden (see Weyden, van der, (1)). Hulin de Loo (BNB) proposed that the Master of the Prado Redemption was the same person as vrancke van der Stockt. This identification was initially resisted but is now widely accepted.

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

Subjects: Renaissance Art.

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