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Artists who influenced Pedro Berruguete
Among the Spanish painters whose style may be regarded as transitional between Gothic and Renaissance, the foremost is undoubtedly Pedro Berruguete, a native of Parades de Nava in the province of Palencia. His pre-eminence derives from eclecticism and the spirit of humanity that permeate his art. Even during his apprenticeship, Berruguete had to struggle to master a number of divergent influences. ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Pedro Berruguete

Fra Angelico

Tomb of Saint Peter Martyr
(Prado)

Saint Dominic and Albigenses
(Prado)
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Piero della Francesca

Burning of Heretics
(Prado)

Adoration of Magi
(Prado)
 

Jan van Eyck

Virgin and Child
(Gemäldegalerie)

Assumption of Virgin
(Davis Museum)
 

Joos van Wassenhove

Adoration of Magi

King David
(Bowdoin College Museum of Art)