circle of Pseudo Jan Wellens de Cock or Meester van de Kruisdraging te Douai

St. John the Baptist with the donor and his son (left wing), Deposition (centre panel), Virgin and Child with the donatrix and her daughters (right wing); on the exterior of the wings: two angels with coat of arms, ca. 1530
Münster, LWL - Museum für Kunst und Kultur, [..]
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triptych, open

panel, oil paint
rectangle (portrait) with rounded upper side 119 x 89 cm
dimensions of the centre panel; left wing: 119 x 37 cm; right wing: 119 x 37,5 cm
Current attribution
circle of Pseudo Jan Wellens de Cock
Bron: J.P. Filedt Kok (2021)
or Meester van de Kruisdraging te Douai
Gibson 1970
Rejected attribution
attributed to Meester van de Utrechtse Aanbidding
attributed to Jan Wellens de Cock
Wescher 1925-1926; according to handwritten notes by M.J. Friedländer on the back of a photograph from the photo archive of M.J. Friedländer: 'Mihi M[ei]st.[er] v.[on] S. Dormagen?'; 'Holl.[ändische] Einschlag / Jan Cock, aber / nicht seine H[an]d.'; '= ([??]. 95) s.[ehr] nah Altären i.[n] Amiens / (cf. revue de l'art chrét.[ien] 1890)'; 'Dieselb.[e] H[an]d. / Cremer Mad.[rid?]'
Anoniem (Antwerpen) ca. 1530
cat. Münster 1986; Lorenz 2000
Exact or approximate dating of the described art work; the search parameters adopted for this art work in this database, are found in brackets.
c. 1530 (1520 - 1540)
Jan Piet Filedt Kok
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Creation date: 2003-03-06; Last modified date: 2021-08-02


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