Master of the Aachen Altarpiece

active late 15th to early 16th century
The Master of the Aachen Altarpiece is named after a large Crucifixion triptych now in the Treasury of Aachen Cathedral; it was originally painted for the Carmelites in Cologne.

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Christ before Pilate (Front of Panel)
Master of the Aachen Altarpiece
about 1490-5
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Master of the Aachen Altarpiece
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The Crucifixion
Master of the Aachen Altarpiece
about 1490-5
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The Crucifixion Altarpiece
Master of the Aachen Altarpiece
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