Master of Pedret

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Master of Pedret is the name given by historians[1] to a Romanesque fresco painter active in Catalonia in the early twelfth century. The name has been given one of his most representative works, the right side of the apse of the church of San Quirze Pedret, now moved to the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.[2]

Some paintings[edit]

  • Southern apse from Pedret - National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona
  • Central apse of St. Quirze Pedret-Diocesan and Regional Museum of Solsona Solsona
  • Apse of Santa María d'Àneu (fragment) - Pedret Circle - National Art Museum of Catalonia
  • Paintings of Cape Santa Maria Aran, The Cloisters, New York.
  • Apse of Santa Eulalia Estaon and Surp-Circle-distant Pedret National Art Museum of Catalonia
  • Crucifixion in the church of Santa Eulalia-Estaon Diocesan Museum of La Seu d'Urgell [8]
  • Apostles from Àger

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chandler Rathfon Post proposed the name on his book History of Spanish Painting. Harvard. 1941
  2. ^ MNAC Website