Anonymous or attributed artists | Master

They are anonymous artists or teams that have been identified by historiographical studies, which have generally took into account the stylistic analysis of the works. In most cases, the term “master” has been used to elaborate a very definite stylistic personality and the term “workshop” to refer to a collective work structure, located in a concrete place or geographical area. It is possible that within the workshop is included also the master’s hierarchy. In addition, it is also used the term “school” to refer to a very particular way of working during a period or in a concrete geographical area.

ALL, MASTER OF

  • Second and Third quarter of the 15th century

BURNAND, Master of

  • Second quarter or middle of 12th century

CASESNOVES, MASTER OF

  • c. Late 11th century-first half of the 12th century

ESPINELVES, MASTER OF

  • c. 1180-1190

FENOLLAR, MASTER OF

  • c. 1125-1150

GERB, MASTER OF

  • Last third of the 14th century- early 15th century

PEDRET, Master of

  • c. 1090-1117

Roussillon, master of

  • c.1420 –1440