Master of Liesborn

active second half of the 15th century
The Master of Liesborn is named from the dismembered high altarpiece in the Benedictine Abbey in Liesborn, Westphalia. The altar was dedicated in 1465. The altarpiece (of which the top six works shown right are fragments) was installed by 1490. The Liesborn Master was clearly influenced by the style of nearby Cologne.

Related paintings

Head of Christ Crucified
Master of Liesborn
probably 1470-80
Head of Christ Crucified
The Adoration of the Kings
Master of Liesborn
probably 1470-80
The Adoration of the Kings
The Annunciation
Master of Liesborn
probably 1470-80
The Annunciation
The Liesborn Altarpiece
Master of Liesborn and Master of Cappenberg (Jan Baegert?)
probably 1470-about 1520
The Liesborn Altarpiece
The Presentation in the Temple
Master of Liesborn
probably 1470-80
The Presentation in the Temple
Saints Gregory, Maurice and Augustine
Circle of Master of Liesborn
about 1465-90
Saints Gregory, Maurice and Augustine
Fragments from an Altarpiece of the Virgin and Saints
Circle of the Master of Liesborn
late 15th century
Fragments from an Altarpiece of the Virgin and Saints
Saint Dorothy
Circle of the Master of Liesborn
late 15th century
Saint Dorothy
Saint Margaret
Circle of the Master of Liesborn
late 15th century
Saint Margaret
Saints Ambrose, Exuperius and Jerome
Circle of the Master of Liesborn
about 1465-90
Saints Ambrose, Exuperius and Jerome
The Virgin and Child with a Donor
Circle of the Master of Liesborn
about 1475-90
The Virgin and Child with a Donor
Two Shutters from an Altarpiece
Circle of the Master of Liesborn
about 1465-90
Two Shutters from an Altarpiece
The Crucifixion with Saints
Probably by the Master of Liesborn
about 1465-90
The Crucifixion with Saints
 
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