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Artists who influenced Master of Female Half Lengths
The Master of the Female Half-Lengths was a Netherlandish painter, perhaps a group, working in the area of Antwerp in the first half of the sixteenth century. He, or they, appears to have trained in Joachim Patinir's workshop in that city. Rather than being a single artist, it is believed that the Master was actually a studio, specializing in small panel paintings of young aristocratic ladies. ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Master of Female Half Lengths

Bernaert van Orley

Rest on Flight to Egypt
(Worcester Art Museum)

Adoration of Magi
(Fogg Museum)

Master with Parrot

Quinten Metsys

Descent from Cross
(Montreal Museum of Fine Arts)

Concert of Women
(Hermitage)
 

Rogier van der Weyden

Virgin and Child
(Hermitage)

Women Making Music with Jester
 

Joachim Patinir

Virgin and Child

Magdalene Holding Jar