Master of Liesborn


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(active c.1470).

German painter, named after an altarpiece painted for the Benedictine abbey of Liesborn in Westphalia; various panels and fragments of it survive (notably in the National Gallery, London). His attractive gentle style was influenced by the Cologne School.


Subjects: Art.

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