• Saint Lucy :: c.1473-1474
  • Artist: Francesco del Cossa, Italian
  • Repository: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
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The Kress Collection encompasses more than 3,000 works of European art, and is distinguished for its abundance of Italian Renaissance paintings. The Collection was donated to scores of regional and academic art museums throughout the United States between 1929 and 1961, with the single largest donation reserved for the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.

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Pedro Machuca
Macrino d'Alba (Macrino de Alladio)
Nicolaes Maes
Maestro Bartolomé
Maestro del Dossale Correr
Angeli Giuseppe
Alessandro Magnasco
Alessandro Magnasco, follower of
Alessandro Magnasco and Antonio Francesco Peruzzini
Benedetto da Maiano, workshop of
Gian Francesco de' Maineri, attributed to
Hans Maler
Valentin Maler
Giovanni Mansueti, attributed to
Andrea Mantegna
Andrea Mantegna, circle of (Correggio?)
Andrea Mantegna, follower of
Andrea Mantegna, Follower of
Andrea Mantegna, follower of
Mantuan 15th Century
Mantuan 15th Century (Giancristoforo Romano?)
Mantuan 16th Century
Mantuan 19th Century, after
Carlo Maratti (formerly Cernini)
Marco d'Oggiono
Rocco Marconi
Coppo di Marcovaldo, imitator of
Jean Marende
Antonio Marescotti
Margaritone d'Arezzo
Camillo Mariani
Pellegrino di Mariano (Pellegrino di Mariano Rossini)
Michele Marieschi
Joseph-Charles Marin
Mariotto di Nardo
Francesco Marti
Martin van Meytens II
Simone Martini
Simone Martini, workshop of
Martino da Bergamo
Martino di Bartolomeo
Marco Marziale
Masolino da Panicale
Benoît Massou, Anselme Flamen, and Nicolas Rebillé
Quentin Massys
Quentin Massys, workshop of
Quentin Massys, workshop of
Mastelletta (Giovanni Andrea Donducci)
Master active in Frankfurt
Master A.G.
Master A.L.
Master G.T.
Master HB
Master I.A.V.F.
Master I.F.P.
Master I.S.A.
Master IAC. URB.
Master IO.F.F.
Master IO.F.F., attributed to
Master known as Pseudo Granacci
Master M.A.S.
Master M.C.
Master M.P.
Master of Coriolanus
Master of Fucecchio
Master of Heiligenkreuz
Master of Marradi (Master of the Apollini Sacrum, previously attributed to)
Master of Saint Francis
Master of Saint Giles
Master of Saint Giles and Assistant
Master of Saint Veronica
Master of San Jacopo a Mucciana (Cecco di Pietro, previously attributed to)
Master of San Lucchese
Master of San Torpè
Master of the Apollini Sacrum
Master of the Apollo and Daphne Legend
Master of the Blessed Clare of Rimini
Master of the Catholic Kings
Master of the d'Auvergne Triptych
Master of the David and Saint John Statuettes
Master of the Fabriano Altarpiece
Master of the Franciscan Crucifixes
Master of the Greenville Tondo
Master of the Griselda Legend
Master of the Lathrop Tondo
Master of the Life of Saint John the Baptist
Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia
Master of the Orpheus Legend
Master of the Osservanza
Master of the Osservanza (Sano di Pietro?)
Master of the Ovile Madonna
Master of the Ovile Madonna, workshop of
Master of the Pistorius Medal
Master of the Prado Adoration of the Magi
Master of the Retable of the Reyes Católicos
Master of the Rinuccini Chapel
Master of the Roman Charity
Master of the Saint Bartholomew Altar
Master of the Saint Lucy Legend
Master of the St. Marein Altar
Master of the Straus Madonna
Master P.G.
Master R.C.
Master T.R.
Matteo di Giovanni
John Mayhew and William Ince
Tommaso del Mazza (Saint Verdiana Master, previously attributed to)
Agnolo di Domenico del Mazziere or Donnino di Domenico del Mazziere
Filippo Mazzola
Lodovico Mazzolino
Sebastiano Mazzoni
Giuseppe Mazzuoli, attributed to
Mea
Medalist of 1518
Bartolommeo Melioli
Mello da Gubbio
Altobello Melone
Giovanni Vincenzo Melone
Hans Memling
Hans Memling, after
Giusto de'Menabuoi
Anton Raphael Mengs
Matthäus Merian the Younger
Michelangelo, after
Michelangelo, follower of after the Antique
Michele di Matteo
Michele Tosini, called Michele di Ridolfo
Hans Mielich
Hans Mielich, workshop of
Milanese 15th Century
Milanese 15th or 16th Century
Milanese 16th Century
Milanese or Roman 16th Century (?)
Mino da Fiesole
Mino da Fiesole, after
Mino da Fiesole, workshop of
Barnaba da Modena
Barnaba da Modena, school of
Moderno
Moderno, attributed to
Moderno, style of
Gasparo Mola
Pier Francesco Mola
Jan Miense Molenaer
Lorenzo Monaco
Lorenzo Monaco, follower of
Lorenzo Monaco, follower of
Bartolomeo Montagna
Pietro Domenico da Montepulciano
Anthonis Mor
Antonis Mor, follower of
Louis Gabriel Moreau
Paulus Moreelse
Paulus Moreelse, after
Moretto da Brescia (Alessandro Bonvicino)
Moretto da Brescia (Alessandro Bonvicino), attributed to
Jean Morin, after Philippe de Champaigne
Marco Angolo del Moro
Domenico Morone
Domenico Morone, attributed to
Francesco Morone
Giovanni Battista Moroni
Giovanni Battista Moroni, attributed to
Giovanni Battista Moroni, follower of
Giovanni Maria Mosca
Cristoforo Munari
Murano
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo and Assistant
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