MASTER of the Legend of Saint Lucy
Flemish painter (active c. 1480-1510 in Bruges)

An immense number of paintings were produced in Bruges in the final quarter of the fifteenth century. Most covered the ground trodden by Memling, though many show the influence of Van der Weyden, Bouts and Van der Goes. There is a fresh but childish narrative manner about them, paralleling to some degree the art of the miniaturist. The two major representatives of this school are the Master of the Ursula Legend and the Master of the Lucy Legend.

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Legend of St Lucy
1480
Oil on oak panel, 79 x 183 cm
Sint-Jacobskerk, Bruges


Legend of St Lucy (detail)
1480
Oil on wood
Sint-Jacobskerk, Bruges


St Nicholas Altarpiece (central panel)
1486-93
Oil on oak panel, 102 x 82 cm
Groeninge Museum, Bruges


St Sebastian
1480-90
Oil on oak panel, 70 x 27 cm
Gallery Robert Pintelon, Aalst


Virgin Surrounded by Female Saints
c. 1488
Oak, 108 x 171 cm
Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels


Lamentation
1490s
Oil on oak panel, 81 x 123 cm
Groeninge Museum, Bruges


Mary, Queen of Heaven
c. 1485-1500
Oil on panel, 199 x 162 cm
National Gallery of Art, Washington


Virgin of the Rose Garden
1475-80
Oil on oak panel, 79 x 60 cm
Institute of Arts, Detroit





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