Pieter Coecke van Aalst

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1502 - 1550
Coecke was perhaps taught by Bernaert van Orley. In 1527 he was chiefly active in Antwerp, where he was a master. In 1533 he was in Constantinople; he also may have visited Rome. He was painter to Mary of Hungary and to Emperor Charles V. Coecke also designed and executed buildings, sculptures, stained glass and tapestries, and ran a large workshop.

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The Crucifixion Triptych
Pieter Coecke van Aalst
probably 1527-30
The Crucifixion Triptych
Donatrix: Right Hand Shutter
Circle of Pieter Coecke van Aalst
probably 1527-30
Donatrix: Right Hand Shutter
Donor: Left Hand Shutter
Circle of Pieter Coecke van Aalst
probably 1527-30
Donor: Left Hand Shutter
The Archangel Gabriel: Reverse of Left Hand Shutter
Circle of Pieter Coecke van Aalst
probably 1527-30
The Archangel Gabriel: Reverse of Left Hand Shutter
The Crucifixion: Central Panel
Circle of Pieter Coecke van Aalst
probably 1527-30
The Crucifixion: Central Panel
The Virgin Annunciate: Reverse of Right Hand Shutter
Circle of Pieter Coecke van Aalst
probably 1527-30
The Virgin Annunciate: Reverse of Right Hand Shutter
The Virgin and Child Enthroned
Workshop of Pieter Coecke van Aalst
about 1524-6
The Virgin and Child Enthroned