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List of artists on the subject
Matthew as a Writer


ANGELICO, Fra (Italian, c. 1387-1455)
ANGO, Jean-Robert (French, d. c. 1773)
Aspruck, Franz (Flemish, b. c. 1570-d. c. 1603), Attributed to
BALDI, Lazzaro (Italian, 1624-1703)
BARTOLOMMEO, Fra (Italian, 1472-1517)
Bartolommeo, Fra (Italian, 1472-1517), After
Bartolommeo, Fra (Italian, 1472-1517), Attributed to
BASSET (Basset Md d'Estampes et Fabricant de Papiers Peint, Paris)
BATONI, Pompeo (Italian, 1708-87)
Bening, Simon (Flemish, c. 1483-1561), Follower of
BIJLERT, Jan Hermansz. van (Dutch, c. 1597-1671)
BLAKE, William (British, 1757-1827)
BOCCACCINO, Boccaccio (Italian, c. 1468-1525)
BOUCHARDON, Edmé (French, 1698-1762)
Bouchardon, Edmé (French, 1698-1762), Attributed to
Broeck, Crispin van den (Flemish, 1524-91), Style of
BRONZINO, Agnolo (Italian, 1503-72)
Bruegel, Jan, the Elder (Flemish, 1568-1625), Workshop of
CAMBIASO, Luca (Italian, 1527-85)
CANIVET
CANTARINI, Simone (Italian, 1612-48)
CARAVAGGIO (Italian, 1571-1610)
Carracci (one of the Carraccis), School of
CARRACCI, Agostino (Italian, 1557-1602)
CARRACCI, Annibale (Italian, 1560-1609)
Carracci, Annibale (Italian, 1560-1609), After
CAZES, Romain (French, 1810-81)
CENNI di Francesco di ser Cenni (Italian, active 1369-1415)
CIMABUE (Italian, c. 1240-1302)
Cimabue (Italian, c. 1240-1302)?
CIMATORI, Antonio (Italian, 1550-1623)
CORREGGIO (Italian, c. 1489-1534)
Coypel (one of the Coypels), Attributed to
Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (German, 1472-1553), After
DOLCI, Carlo (Italian, 1616-86)
Domenichino (Italian, 1581-1641), Inspired by
DONATELLO (Italian, 1386-1466)
DUCCIO di Buoninsegna (Italian, c. 1255-1319)
DYCK, Sir Anthony Van (Flemish, 1599-1641)
Elsheimer, Adam (German, 1578-1610), School of
Floris, Frans (Flemish, c. 1516-1570), School of
FRANCKEN, Frans II (Flemish, 1581-1642)
GEORGIN, François (French, 1801-63)
GHIBERTI, Lorenzo (Italian, 1378-1455)
GHIRLANDAIO, Domenico (Italian, 1449-94)
GIOTTO di Bondone (Italian, 1267-1337)
Giulio Romano (Italian, c. 1499-1546), Workshop of
GIUSTO de' Menabuoi (Italian, c. 1320-97)
GOUJON, Jean (French, c.1510-65)
GOUWEN, Gillem van der (Dutch, 1669-1713)
GOZZOLI, Benozzo (Italian, c. 1420-1497)
GRECO, El (Greek/Spanish, 1541-1614)
HALS, Frans (Dutch, c. 1580-1666)
HÉBERT, Antoine-Auguste-Ernest (French, 1817-1908)
Jacobsz, Lambert (Dutch, 1598-1636), Attributed to
JOLLAIN, Gérard (French, d. 1683)
JORDAENS, Jacob (Flemish, 1593-1678)
LA FOSSE, Charles de (French, 1636-1716)
La Tour, Georges de (French, 1593-1652), Copy after
LALLEMANT, Georges (French, c. 1580-1636)
Lanfranco, Giovanni (Italian, 1582-1647), After
LE SUEUR, Eustache (French, 1616-55)
LECHEVALLIER-CHEVIGNARD, Edmond (French, 1825-1902)
LIMBOURG brothers (Flemish, c. 1370-1416)
LOCHNER, Stefan (German, c. 1400-51)
LORENZO Monaco (Italian, c. 1370-1425)
MAÎTRE François (French, active second half of 15th century)
MÄLESKIRCHER, Gabriel (German, 1461-95)
MASOLINO da Panicale (Italian, 1383-1447)
MASTER I.K. (German, active second quarter of 16th century)
MASTER of Borgo alla Collina (Italian, active first half of 15th century)
MASTER of Jean de Mandeville (French, active 1350-70)
MASTER of the Christchurch Coronation (Italian, active c. 1350)
MASTER of the First Prayer Book of Maximilian (Flemish, active c. 1475-1515)
MASTER of the Modena Book of Hours (Italian, 14th century)
MAURIN, Charles (French, 1856-1914)
MERIAN, Matthaeus, the Elder (Swiss, active in Germany, 1593-1650)
Merian, Matthaeus, the Elder (Swiss, active in Germany, 1593-1650), After
Merian, Matthaeus, the Elder (Swiss, active in Germany, 1593-1650), Copy after
MICHELE di Matteo Lambertini (Italian, known 1416-69)
MIGNARD, Nicolas (French, 1606-88)
MIGNARD, Pierre (French, 1612-95)
Mignard, Pierre (French, 1612-95), After
NANTEUIL, Robert (French, 1623-78)
NASSIEF, Adel (Egyptian, b. 1962)
ORCAGNA (Italian, c. 1308-68)
PARMIGIANINO (Italian, 1503-40)
PENNI, Giovan Francesco (Italian, c. 1496- after 1528)
Perino del Vaga (Italian, 1501-47), Workshop of
PETRUS de Raimbaucourt (French, 14th century)
PLACIDUS, Stephanus Garsia (active 11th cenury)
Pontormo (Italian, 1494-1557)?
POUSSIN, Nicolas (French, 1594-1665)
REMBRANDT Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-69)
ROMANINO, Girolamo (Italian, c. 1484-1559)
ROSSELLI, Cosimo (Italian, 1439-1507)
ROVERE, Giovanni Mauro della (Italian, c. 1575-1640)
RUBENS, Peter Paul (Flemish, 1577-1640)
RUSCONI, Camillo (Italian, 1658-1728)
SARREGUEMINES (Manufacturers) (France, Sarreguemines)
SIMONE Martini (Italian, 1280/85-1344)
Simone Martini (Italian, 1280/85-1344), Workshop of
SOLIS, Virgil (German, 1514-62)
SPINELLO Aretino (Italian, c. 1345-1410)
THIÉBAULT, Jean-Baptiste (French, 1809-39)
TINTORETTO (Italian, c. 1518-94)
UNKNOWN; Byzantine Master
UNKNOWN; English Master
UNKNOWN; Flemish Master
UNKNOWN; French Master
UNKNOWN; German Master
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Biblia : Das ist die gantze Heilige Schrift...', Martin Luther (author), Nuremberg, 1702
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Biblia, das ist, Die ganze Heilige Schrifft...', Martin Luther (author), Nuremberg (?), 17th century
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Book of Hours, Tours, c. 1470
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Bréviaire de Martin d'Aragon', Spain
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Egmond Gospels', France, c. 900
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'First Bible of Charles le Chauve', France (Tours), first half of the 9th century
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Frédéric Dupont-Diot's Publications
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Hours of Philip of Burgundy', Oudenaarde, c. 1450-60
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Jean-Baptiste Castiaux's Publications
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Jean-Marie Lefas's (active 1823-33) Publications
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'L'Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament', Nicolas Fontaine (author), 1670
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'L'Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament', Nicolas Fontaine (author), 1699
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Moutier-Grandval Bible', France (Tours), circa 834-43
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Petites Heures de Jean de Berry'
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Petrus Comestor's 'Bible Historiale', France, 1372
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Statutes and regulations of the Chapter of St. Servaes...', Maastricht, c. 1500-25
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings (mainly German, 16th century)
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master
UNKNOWN; Russian Master
Unknown; School of Fulda (Germany), Attributed to
UNKNOWN; Workshop of the Jube of the Cathedral of Strasbourg
VALENTIN de Boulogne (French, 1591-1632)
Vrelant, Willem (Flemish, d. 1481), Follower of
WEIGEL, Johann Christoph (German, 1654-1725)