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Yes, and these two are in the Museo del Prado:









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This fine pair of paintings by the artist is located at the Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery, The Hague:










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This composition by the Master is hanging in the Louvre, Paris:










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"Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine with Saints and Angles," by the Master of Frankfurt, c. 1510.

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"Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine with Saints and Angles," by the Master of Frankfurt, c. 1510.

Yes, LGH.
Below you will find the self-portrait painted by the artist of himself and his wife (mentioned above).




Master of Frankfurt (Meester van Frankfurt), Self portrait of the artist with his wife, 1496.
Royal Museum of Fine Arts (Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten), Antwerp.


"This painting, in its original, dated, frame of 1496 shows a double portrait of the artist and his wife. The painter has included life-sized trompe l'oeil flies—seemingly on the painting's surface..."





For the record, here is a list of the works attributed to the Master of Frankfurt posted above, in order:


Post 1 and 2
Master of Frankfurt, Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine with Saints and Angles, ca. 1500-1510, oil on panel, 27 1/2 in. x 18 3/4 in. (69.85 cm x 47.63 cm)
San Diego Museum of Art (Source)

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Attributed to the Master of Frankfurt, Virgin and Child Enthroned, ca. 1515-1520, oil on panel, 30 13/16 x 22 3/16 in. (78.3 x 56.3 cm)
The Walters Art Museum. The painting depicts Mary and a playful Christ. (Source)

Post 4
Maestro di francoforte, Madonna col Bambino, St. Anna, St. Caterina e St Barbara. (Source)

Post 5
Master of Frankfurt, St. Anne Altarpiece (Altar der Hl. Anna), ca. 1505
Historical museum, Frankfurt. Created ca. 1505 for the Monastery of the Dominican Order in Frankfurt on the Main, bought by Carl Theodor von Dalberg after the secularization and donated to the Museum's Society. (Source)

Post 6
Master of Frankfurt, Madonna and Child crowned by two angels (Polski: Madonna z Dzieciątkiem koronowana przez dwa anioły), 1490s, oil on panel, 57 x 39 cm (22.4 × 15.4 in)
Palace Museum in Wilanów. (Source)

Post 7
Master of Frankfurt, Saint Barbara
The McNay Museum, San Antonio, Texas (Source)

Post 9
Attributed to the Master of Frankfurt, Holy Family with Music Making Angels, ca. 1515
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK. This picture is the central panel of a triptych altarpiece. The two side panels, now in the Mauritshuis in The Hague, depict two virgin martyrs, St Catherine and St Barbara. (Source)

Post 11
Master of Frankfurt (workshop), ca. 1500, Bearing of the Body of Christ to the Sepulchre, oil on panel
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA (Source)

Post 13
Master of Frankfurt (workshop), The Adoration of the Christ Child, ca. 1496-1502, oil on oak panel, 22 7/8 x 16 in. (58.1 x 40.1 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY (Source)

Post 14
Master of Frankfurt, Triptych of the Baptism of Christ, ca. 1500-1520, oil and gold leaf on wood, 169.2 x 213.5 x 5.5 cm
MNAC - Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona (Source)

Post 17
Maestro de Francfort, Santa Catalina de Alejandria, Santa Barbara, 1510-1520, oil on panel 79 x 27 cm each
Museo del Prado, Madrid. (Source and source)

Post 18
Maestro de Frankfurt, La Sagrada Familia (The Holy Family), ca. 1508, oil on panel, 76 x 57 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid (Source)

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Master of Frankfurt, St Catherine, St Barbara, 1510-1520, oil on panel 158.7 x 70.8 cm each
Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery, The Hague, Holland (Source and source)

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Maître de Francfort (Parfois hypothétiquement identifié avec Hendrik van Wueluwe), Vierge à l'Enfant dans un paysage, ca. 1514, 77 x 46 cm,
Musee du Louvre, Paris (Source and source)




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This thread shows his "Holy Kinship" and mentions the possible connection with Hendrik van Wueluwe.

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Amazing that we don't know who the guy was. Maybe we shouldn't have bombed Frankfurt so extensively during WWII, obviously old records were destroyed [snip].

Actually, the Master of Frankfort was a Flemish Renaissance painter active in Antwerp between about 1480 and 1520. He was not German at all. Although he probably never visited Frankfurt, his name derives from two paintings commissioned from patrons in that city, the Holy Kinship (c. 1503) in the Frankfurt Historical Museum and a Crucifixion in the Städel museum. (Source)



Here is a recently completed triptych at the Museo del Prado, Madrid.



Master of Frankfurt (Maestro de Francfort), Sagrada Familia con ángel músico, Santa Catalina de Alejandría, Santa Bárbara, 1510-1520, Museo del Prado, Madrid. With the 2008 acquisition of the Holy Family the Prado completed the triptych by the Master of Frankfurt, which belonged to the convento dominico de Santa Cruz (Segovia). Read more...




Note, these three painting are on three different pages at the Prado website. Here above (and now on Wikipedia too) they appear all together, as far as I know, for the first time. EDIT: We'll except for






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La restauradora María Antonia López Asiaín comenta la restauración de las tres tablas de este Tríptico del Maestro de Francfort, obra que ha podido recuperar recientemente su presentación unitaria como tríptico gracias a la adquisición de la tabla central por el Museo Nacional del Prado en 2008.



Center piece, Sagrada Familia con ángel músico, 78 cm x 60 cm: http://www.museodelprado.es/coleccio...co/?no_cache=1

Letf panel, Santa Catalina de Alejandría, 79 cm x 27 cm: http://www.museodelprado.es/coleccio...ia/?no_cache=1

Right panel, Santa Bárbara, 79 cm x 27 cm: http://www.museodelprado.es/coleccio...-4/?no_cache=1

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Amazing that we don't know who the guy was. Maybe we shouldn't have bombed Frankfurt so extensively during WWII, obviously old records were destroyed [snip].


Actually, the Master of Frankfort was a Flemish Renaissance painter active in Antwerp between about 1480 and 1520. He was not German at all. Although he probably never visited Frankfurt, his name derives from two paintings commissioned from patrons in that city, the Holy Kinship (c. 1503) in the Frankfurt Historical Museum and a Crucifixion in the Städel museum. (Source)



Here is a recently completed triptych at the Museo del Prado, Madrid.



Master of Frankfurt (Maestro de Francfort), Sagrada Familia con ángel músico, Santa Catalina de Alejandría, Santa Bárbara, 1510-1520, Museo del Prado, Madrid. With the 2008 acquisition of the Holy Family the Prado completed the triptych by the Master of Frankfurt, which belonged to the convento dominico de Santa Cruz (Segovia). Read more...




Note, these three painting are on three different pages at the Prado website. Here above (and now on Wikipedia too) they appear all together, as far as I know, for the first time. EDIT: We'll except for










Center piece, Sagrada Familia con ángel músico, 78 cm x 60 cm: http://www.museodelprado.es/coleccio...co/?no_cache=1

Letf panel, Santa Catalina de Alejandría, 79 cm x 27 cm: http://www.museodelprado.es/coleccio...ia/?no_cache=1

Right panel, Santa Bárbara, 79 cm x 27 cm: http://www.museodelprado.es/coleccio...-4/?no_cache=1



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