Fernando Gallego  

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Fernando Gallego (c. 1440 – 1507) was a Spanish painter, brought up in an age of gothic style, his art is generally regarded as Hispano-Flemish style. It's thought that he was born in Salamanca, Spain, and his first known works were in the cathedrals of Plasencia and Coria, in Cáceres (Spain). His most famous known works are:

The last time that he was named in a document is in 1507, but the date of his death is unknown.




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