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Deux nouvelles attributions au Maître des Madones joufflues

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The Master of the Madonnas with the Chubby (cheeks is a Bruges painter from the early sixteenth century who was strongly influenced by Gerard David. Some ten works were attributed to this master on stylistic grounds in 2000. Two further attributions- both of a Madonna and Child - are proposed in this article. The paintings in question are a panel in the Groennigemuseum in Bruges (inv. no. O.GRO. 1358.1, fig. 1), which is derived from a composition, the Lisbon Madonna, by Memling, and a tondo (fig. 2) that was on view at the TEFAF in Maastricht in March of 2001.


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