1443 ca1527 ca
an early Netherlandish painter who produced mainly altarpieces. He worked primarily in Brussels and Antwerp. Although unproven, art historians believe Colijn de Coter headed an influential workshop with a number of pupils. This conclusion is based on the diversity in style and quality of the work attributed to him. His work was particularly indebted to the Master of Flémalle and Rogier van der Weyden but lacks the deep religious compassion of the latter artist. His technique is simpler, the treatment of the figures more schematic and the modeling less detailed.
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