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Fernando Gallego

1440-1507 Spain/Early Renaissance

 

Brief Biography-Fernando Gallego was born in Salamanca. Palomino states he was of Albrecht Dürer's School, but Pedro Berruguete of Parades de Nava possibly tutored him; nevertheless, Dürer influenced his work. A noted work is an altarpiece in the chapel of Saint Clement at Salamanca. An influence of Dieric Bouts, the Elder, is in his retable of San Ildefonso in the Cathedral of Samoa and his Pietà is in the Prado Museum, Madrid. Fernando’s possible brother Francisco Gallego who worked in his atelier, painted the Martyrdom of Saint Catherine in the Cathedral of Salamanca. Castile held Gallego in the highest esteem.

 

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flagellation

martyrdom of saint
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martyrdom of saint catherine

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the blessing christ

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triptych of saint catherine